This isn’t a NOTD per se more a brand overview as I have every single colour from Freedom (I work with them on their YouTube channel) so I’m never going to get around to showing you every colour but I’ve worn a fair few and thing I can give you a good idea of what you’re getting across the board. First off the finishes and colours available are excellent, from creams to metallics to multiple top coats, they have something for everyone. One thing I really like is their vast selection of ‘nudes’. In the same way a nude lipstick is not universal neither is a nude nail and they have so many to choose from I’d wager there’s something for everyone.
Colours featured in this post: 423 (top) and 415, 451, 454, 452 (bottom)
The opacity is also good, you can get a bottle colour in 2 or 3 coats even with the paler shades. If there was one thing I would change it would be DRYING TIME! The brush is wide, it makes quick work of the application but then I’m waiting at least 10 minutes for a totally dry finish and if you want the longest lasting finish you want each coat to dry 100%.. it’s not a quick job. That being said they’re £1.00 each and if that’s the only negative they’re still pretty damn good. I use Seche Vite quick drying top coat over every manicure regardless of brand so by the time I get to my final coat that does help speed things along as you can apply it over barely touch dry polish but I definitely have to set aside a little more time to do my nails with Freedom.. kind of worth it for that beautiful metallic sea green though!
You can see some other shades ‘in action’ in this video I made for Freedom’s YouTube channel!