Yves Saint Laurent La Laque Couture Spring 2014 Nail Lacquers in Roes Scabiosa and Rouge Pablo | Photos, Swatches, Review

YSL Spring 2014 Nails 1

YSL Spring 2014 Nails 1

Yves Saint Laurent La Laque Couture Nail Lacquer ($27 CAD) is without a question one of the best nail polish formulas out there. I have never tried a shade that wasn’t perfection. Even coverage, fast drying, super glossy finish, lovely tapered brush, and incredible ease of application. The limited edition 48 Rose Scabiosa and newly permanent 49 Rouge Pablo from the YSL Spring 2014 Flower Crush Collection are just two more shades to add to this roster perfection.

YSL Spring 2014 Nails Swatches1

Rose Scabiosa is a lovely pale cool pink. Not the kind of shade I would normally find myself attracted to but goodness, she is too pretty to resist.

YSL Spring 2014 Nails Swatches2

Rouge Pablo is a stunning deep pink red. It has such a beautiful quality about it. I can already tell this is going to be a go to pedicure shade for me this summer.

The YSL Spring 2014 Collection becomes available in Canada this month, February 2014, at Holt Renfrew, Hudson’s Bay, and select Sephora and Murale locations.

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  • http://flmoms-winterbabe98.blogspot.com/ Barb S.

    that pink is pretty! Christa, I didn’t realize that you wore your nails short, too! I wear mine short, since I’m a RN and I don’t want to scratch my patients!

    • http://PerilouslyPale.com/ Perilously Pale

      Well they aren’t willingly short Barb! They are super thin and weak so I have a hard time growing them. :( Nubbins can be cute though!

  • Lorraine

    Oh, my word! I love these on you! I think this brand tends to be overlooked since they offer up limited releases in classic colors and finishes but they really shouldn’t be. I agree, YSL is a luxury brand that offers superior ease of application and formula. Judging from earlier bottles, I’d say they have improved their formula and packaging over time. Well worth the splurge if you find a color you adore. My favorites are Jade Imperial, Gris Underground(LE, no longer available), Taupe Retro and Vert D’Orient. My YSL collection is tiny but I’d love to add a few more. Both of these Spring shades look fun and flatteringly easy to wear.

    • http://PerilouslyPale.com/ Perilously Pale

      Ooohhh I wish I had got my hands on Gris Underground! YSL is just effortlessly flawless. I love everything about the formula, finish, application, and brush. Absolutely one of my fave nail polish brands. I have only been using them the past year or so though so I’m not familiar with older formulations.