No seriously this is irreplaceable...it's another one of the polishes Essence decided to get rid of. Now I love the brand (cheap and great quality) but their team behind which polish stays and goes are as thick! Anyway on to the swatches....
Essence Irreplaceable is obviously in the old style bottle that contains 5 ml of polish. I prefer these bottles but I like the fact that the new ones use the same brush as Catrice polish. Not great for ladies and gents with thinner nails but I have man hands so they're grand for me.
Now for those thinking that I'm an awful bitch for showing a polish ye can't get well I have good news for ye! China Glaze Fast Track and Irreplaceable are fairly similar. From swatches I think Fast track is more golden but it's always hard to discern these facts because the camera could be playing tricks altogether. Both have the same golden shimmer running through them which catches the light beautifully I think this would look amazing on slighter more tanned/darker skin tones.
Back to the polish! This is 2 coats of Essence Irreplaceable with a coat of seche vite on top. I actually had Barry M mushroom picked out for this week but it chipped after a few hours and I had to take it off :( Irreplaceable lasted beautifully though and there was no sign of tip wear or chips after 6 days! These pictures were taken on day 6. It applied perfectly too as is common with most Essence polishes. Now this is fairly subtle on the nails so don't expect to be blinded shimmery goodness when you put it on! It looks a bit off on me in real life because I am fairly pale but it's still a great polish. Huge thanks to Chiro from Nail of this week for giving it to me! This was on my wishlist for ages and I thought it was long gone but apparently Germany keeps hold of their polish for ages :)
What do think of Essence irreplaceable? I think this would make an amazing base for a french manicure twist.
If you could get any polish in the world right now, what would it be?