However, Christian Louboutin Ni Toi Ni Moi is not really a mint. At least, not in my eyes.
Part of the Pops Collection, this color is not original, but worth it.
First and foremost, this formula is gorgeous. Opaque in two coats. Dries quickly. It is also self-leveling. I know some folk have balked at the price. It is hefty at $50.00 – however, if you can afford it and it won’t put you or your family out of food or a roof over your head, you should not deny yourself the opportunity to own at least one of these polishes. There is the iconic Louboutin Red. The formula for that is superior as well. It is now my favorite red. However, this color is the kind of mint that really borders on teal. It is a strong green leaning teal that is flattering on any skin tone. Also, it’s a bit of a chameleon because it does look more minty on some while on me it was definitely a teal.
Now that you’ve seen this, what do you think? Do you feel that the price is worth it?
Until next time,