As promised, here's the third and final set of polishes from the Jade Cremoso Collection. If you missed Parts I and II, check them out here and here respectively.
Adoravel Sedutora can only be described as a classic red creme. It looks darker in the bottle than it actually is, but don't be fooled. This is just a great shade of red. The formula was really good and my swatch shows two coats.
Cappuccino is a milky chocolate brown jelly. Once again, Jade is blurring the lines between creme and jelly finishes, but I would definitely describe this one as more of a jelly finish. The formula was a little patchy and it took three coats to even everything out.
Dama da Noite is a reddened wine jelly. It dries deceptively lighter than the colour in the bottle and it has a really nice shiny finish. The formula was great and I've shown two coats below.
Rosa do Deserto is a sheer light pink. This one and Branco Absolute from my first post of swatches are the only ones in the Cremoso Collection that have white caps, so I'm assuming that means these two were designed to be used for classic french manicures. Nonetheless, I've shown you this one on its own at three coats. The formula was a little patchy, but not too bad.
Rosa Retro is a pinkish nude creme. This is probably my least favourite of the whole collection, just because it's not something I would typically reach for. It's a very work-appropriate polish, though. The formula was really good and I used two coats for full coverage.
There you have it - the entire Jade Cremoso Collection! My personal favourites are Alga Marinha, Flamingo, Pink Pop and Musa do Varao.
The Jade Cremoso Collection is available from llarowe and each 8ml shade retails for just $5. llarowe ships internationally so these are available to you no matter where you live.
The product(s) in this post were provided by the above retailer in exchange for an honest review.