I'm on the fence about this polish because it's a gorgeous color that I think could be wearable all year long but it's also not the color I saw in the color (which was more of a magenta then a deep red). I thought it was maybe the artificial light that was making the color look on the redder side but in the sunlight it looks like that as well. Still, it is a gorgeous color and has a creamy finish.
I agree with everyone else that it is the worst thing to get off but it is such a gorgeous polish. The iridescent glitter looks amazing in the light and this polish can be completely opaque in 2-3 coats. A good one for the spring/summer season!
Lone Star is a light blue that's a bit on the grey side and has a pearl finish. It's a very nice color for Spring but it's not the most original color. I got the most compliments on this colore when I added Essie's Matte About You as a top coat so I would suggest doing that to the polish to spice it up! Overall I do think it's a very nice color.
I am absolutely in love with this blush. I had bought it back when the Spring collection first came out and as soon as I saw it I KNEW it was made for me. I have extremely pale skin (NC 4 or 5) and was also very reluctant to wear it in the colder months but it gives my skin the glow and freshness it needs so I think anyone with very light skin could also wear it throughout the year. The texture is very silky so it can be blended easily and the gold glitter isn't very noticeable on the skin. It has the signature Chanel floral scent but it isn't very strong in my opinion. It is pricey but that's what you get for paying for designer makeup; on the bright it does give you a little more product than the average blush. Also the package does kind of feel light and a bit cheap but it's also black and sleek and comes in a velvet pouch. I definitely recommend this blush and I'm glad it's now in the permanent line!