W.I.C. by Herôme – Natural New Zealand (swatches & review)

The new limited edition collection from W.I.C. by Herôme, Natural New Zealand, is inspired by the nature and the robust landscape of New Zealand. The collection consists of six shades, three shimmers and three creams. Let’s jump right into the swatches, shall we?wic natural new zealandAll swatches have a base coat, two coats of color (unless otherwise mentioned) and a top coat.

Wellington, a soft peachy nude cream. This was opaque in two easy coats without streaking or dragging. wic wellington - natural new zealand
Tauranga, a light blue cream. The formula is great, as with all the creams of this collection. wic tauranga - natural new zealand
Auckland, a soft blue toned light green cream. Not very unique, but lovely for Spring. The formula is -again- great. wic auckland - natural new zealand
Rotorua, a mustard yellow shimmer. The formula is thin and sheer and needed three coats for full opacity. Colorwise, this is not really my cup of tea. I bet it would look great if you have a dark skin tone. As with almost all Herôme polishes that I’ve tried, this dried very quickly. wic rotorua - natural new zealand
Hamilton, a dusty lavender shimmer. Another great shade for Spring.wic hamilton - natural new zealand
Dunedin, a salmon pink shimmer that needed three coats for full opacity. Lovely shade!wic dunedin - natural new zealand
What do you think of this collection? Any favorites?wic_new_zealand_packshot_me
This collection is now available through the webshop of Herôme for € 7,50 each (two for € 12,50).

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