Pucci-licious is a gorgeous blue toned lilac type purple. Now we know that purples are notoriously difficult to photograph (they always want to be blue!) but I did my best and the photos I have selected appear to be accurate. I also photographed several other purple cremes next to it so that you can see that, at least in my collection, there's no real dupe:
I find these types of photos difficult to take and I always get a bit of a shadow but I think you get the idea of the different tones or I wouldn't post it. As a side note can you tell how much I adore China Glaze's "Spontaneous"? It is one of the most used in my collection. As you can hopefully tell from the photo "Pucci-licious" is a unique purple. I thought it was going to be similar to Orly's "Cashmere Cardigan" but it is different, which makes me happy!! I LOVE purple cremes.
The formula on this is quite thick and richly pigmented. If I'd applied more carefully I could have been opaque in 1 coat, these photos are 2. I found it easy to work with. The color is, like the collection indicates, BRIGHT but it's not quite neon. Neons usually dry quite matte, this did not. It was not high gloss but not matte, which I am happy about. I always use a top coat so it doesn't really matter but I am not a huge fan of polishes that dry matte when they're not "mattes" you know?
I haven't really been able to find a great selection of Color Club polishes locally but they're readily available on sites like Trans Design. I have only seen them at one Beauty Supply/Salon store in a local mall and they had a price tag there of $3.95 (for reference this place sold OPI for $6.95 and Essie for $5.95). On Trans Design they are are currently just $2.49 each (regular $3.20) so quite the steal!!
Disclosure: "Pucci-licious" was furnished to me by Color Club(Forsythe Cosmetic Group) for consideration. All reviews published on this blog are at my own discretion. Please refer to my Disclosure Policy.