I love writing about new nail polish collections, and the Essie Have A Ball Nail Polish Collection is the first of Essie’s summer collections for 2021.
We’ve seen a few collections from Essie this year already, with the likes of the Essie Spring Trends 2021 Collection, Essie Keep You Posted Nail Polish Collection, Essie Cupid’s Beau Valentine’s Day Collection and the Essie Dial It Up Expressie Nail Polish Collection.
The Essie Have A Ball Nail Polish Collection has first launched in the UK initially, which never happens with Essie collections.
Usually they launch in the US first, and the UK have to wait a few weeks for the collection to arrive within the UK, but it’s only available in the UK right now. It will however, launch globally at Essie stockists, so keep your eyes peels for the launch.
The Essie Have A Ball Nail Polish Collection is said to be inspired by the excitement of a summertime grand slam, and all of the shades have a fun tennis theme to them.
As soon as I saw this collection, I ordered the whole collection as the colours are gorgeous. I’m a sucker for a neon or bright nail polish, and this collection includes six different polishes. I can’t wait to receive my order, and to get testing the colours and formulas.
Let’s take a look at the Essie Have A Ball Nail Polish Collection….
Make a Racquet is a bright white with a semi-matte finish.
Have a Ball is a chartreuse yellow green with a semi-matte finish.
Serving Looks is a neon purple with a semi-matte finish.
Perfect Match-Point is a bright fuchsia with a semi-matte finish.
Doubles Trouble is a neon lime green with a semi-matte finish.
Essie is a bright terracotta orange with a semi-matte finish.
I think this is a really fun, bright and colourful summer collection, and I like the whole tennis theme behind the collection. The semi-matte finish sounds interesting, but you could of course top the polishes with a glossy topcoat, should you prefer a glossy finish to your nails.
Once the Essie Have A Ball Nail Polish Collection launches globally, I’ll be sure to update this post, and will report back once I’ve given all six shades a try. In the meantime, you can find the collection right here.