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  • Essie Nail Lacquer, Braziliant Collection, Too Too Hot, 0.46 Fluid Ounce
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Essie Nail Lacquer, Braziliant Collection, Too Too Hot, 0.46 Fluid Ounce


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Too Too Hot
  • Excellent quality product
  • Sizzling rich red coral shade
  • DBP, toluene and formaldehyde free
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Essie Nail Lacquer, Braziliant Collection, Too Too Hot, 0.46 Fluid Ounce + Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Nail Coat, 0.5 Ounce
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Product Description

Color: Too Too Hot

Braziliant Collection Summer 2011.

Product Details

Color: Too Too Hot
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 1.7 x 3.2 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0055770TW
  • UPC: 081311000071
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (742 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,608 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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It came to my house VERY FAST.
lovelybunnie
The color is long lasting and it dries pretty fast.
S. Thomas
Looks just like the picture, it's a great color!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By K. Wright on May 26, 2012
Color Name: Borrowed & Blue Verified Purchase
This review is for Essie's Borrowed and Blue, a very pale blue (not baby blue, but Easter/Spring/Summer gorgeous blue that makes your tan pop!)

This polish is gorgeous. It's not too gray, not too white, not too blue. The pigment is well-mixed, does not go on streaky, had no trouble with bubbles. This is an OPAQUE color by Essie. Two coats is more than enough for coverage. Add a self-leveling top coat such as Seche Vite and your nails will look great for a relatively long time. No chipping and came off very easily with acetone--I think I was able to get away with using only one cotton ball to remove! It does not stain your nails (there isn't really enough pigment for that) and it's appropriate for work, beach, interview, you name it. If you have a tan, this polish will really pop!

Highly recommended.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Southern Girl on October 31, 2008
Color Name: Sugar Daddy
I visited NY City a couple of years ago and while I was there I went to get my nails done. I got a french manicure (which I always do) but this particular salon used this color as a top coat. I looooooved my nails with this color. I said to myself "this is the polish I am going to where on my wedding day." Although I had no idea when that day was going to be, this polish just was so beautiful, it automatically made me think wedding day. I am not a polish person, I stick to the basics, but this is a great polish if you still want to keep it nice, professional, classy and beautiful all at the same time!!!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Miranda Lester on September 7, 2011
Color Name: Demure Vixen Verified Purchase
Following a long search for a perfect iridescent lavender pink, I found this one on several blogs! It does give off various subtle hues of pink and lavender up close with good lighting even if it isn't quite as iridescent as I had hoped. However, it has unexpectantly turned into one of my top three favorite shades because it is SO elegant and versatile that it will go with almost anything you wear. It has the classiness of a French manicure and looks great with my complexion, which is a medium tan (think caramel) but looks just as nice on my blond mother-in-law who has a pinkish pale complexion.

My husband and mother-in-law both compliment me when I wear it. You know it is NICE if you get compliments from them!

PROS: subtle iridescence, very elegant, discreet, versatile, good on any skin tone, enhances your hands and makes your jewelry stand out rather than the nails.

CONS: you need to wear two coats or one thick coat of it for it to be relatively opaque, so it takes longer to dry unless you use a quick dry top coat.

Suggest you wear a base coat first (CND Nail Stickey Base is awesome)New!! Cnd Nail Stickey Base Coat 0.33 Oz, then apply nail polish while the base coat is tacky , this will extend your nail polish's life incredibly. Once you apply the nail polish, use a quick dry top coat so it does not get smudged. This one is THE best one I own: Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat .5 fl oz (15 ml) Apply it about a minute after application while your nails are stick tacky so you can start using your hands five minutes later.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By borderlineJEANYES on March 12, 2011
Color Name: Topless and Barefoot Verified Purchase
Love, love, love. Not AS wonderful as "Sand Tropez" or a couple of years ago's "Pink Parka", but stunningly pretty nonetheless. Perfect for spring! Those who haven't used Essie might need practice with application, as it applies differently than other brands (in my opinion). But once you get the hang of it (more paint on brush, several coats, watch easy streaking, top and botton coat necessary) you'll probably stick with Essie. Color lasts long and shades are really unique & often fashion-forward. Love this color. Highly recommend you try Sand Tropez too. It's my new favorite... I might rock it all April!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. G. Morales on December 5, 2011
Color Name: Borrowed & Blue
On brown skin this color is rather *bright*. On short nails, I absolutely love this color, especially on my toes. On medium to long nails, this polish can appear anything from just okay to scary. If you have brown skin, I would suggest this color only if you wear blues well. Just keep filling your nails down till they look beautiful lol.

Unlike the other Essie colors I've tried, this one doesn't dry much darker than it appears in the bottle. Also, the consistency is a little off. This isn't a polish you can wear without a topcoat as it doesn't dry with a smooth finish.

If I didn't have to file my nails all the way down, I would have given this polish 5 stars instead of 4. I love the color, but miss my long nails.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. G. Morales on November 11, 2011
Color Name: Black
As Essie colors appear lighter in the bottle than when they've dried on your nails, I wasn't sure if Cocktail Bling would be gray or purple. I purchased it, tried it, and was quite pleased at first, as it appeared light purple. But this is one of those *funny* colors that seems to change a lot depending on the lighting. Sometimes it looks light purple, sometimes it looks more blue, other times it seems to be an odd pale bluish gray. I really wanted to like this but I much rather a polish with a more reliable and discernable color.

Bobbing for Baubles, on the other hand, is a very nice shade of navy blue. I was worried that it would dry too dark, but am pleased to report it didn't. I really like it but think it looks better on shorter nails. Of the 2 colors I liked enough to buy from the winter 2011 collection this was the definite winner. Unlike Mezmerised [sic] which looks better on light skin tones, Bobbing for Baubles looks just as beautiful on darker shades of brown. I'll definitely file my nails down a bit just to pull this color off.
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