Orly Gorgeous is gorgeous!!! I'm in love with this nail polish. It is a fuchsia with blue shimmer. This is three coats and applies like a dream. It could be a dupe to OPI Pompeii Purple.
Sunday, November 21, 2010
When I saw swatches of Color Club Catwalk Queen on other blogs, I said to myself that I have to have it. But, when I saw it in the bottle, I didn't like it at all. After a while, I decided to have a try and...
It is actualy gorgeous! It is a dark purple with pink and light purple shimmer, that doesn't look black. The application was flawless and I used two coats.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Color Club Resort To Red is amazing. Why is it amazing ? Because the finish looks exactly like enamel. It looks like you are actually wearing enamel on your nails. The color is beautiful (dark magenta red), despite the fact that is not a unique color. It could be a dupe for OPI Diva of Geneva but with a slightly different finish (classic shimmer). The application is perfect and this is two coats.
Labels: Color Club Resort To Red
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
At the begining, I wasn't impressed with this nail polish. I decided to take this one instead of China Glaze Jitterbug for the fact that OPI Lucerne-tainly Look Marvelous has a tinge of green and I thought that that will make it look more unique. Maybe it makes it unique, but it looks dirty and unhealthy. The formula is too thick for this kind of finish. I used two coats and it looks too heavy on my nails for a foil finish. Maybe, I should've stuck with China Glaze Jitterbug. These photos didn't capture the green tinge. I tried it the second time and I started to like it. Anyway, I've got mixed feelings about this nail polish.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
OPI Let Me Entertain You is a dark magenta with silver, pink and gold glass flecks. This is three coats but it may have needed four. But don't worry, the application was very good.
Monday, November 1, 2010
Index and ring (Simmer and Shimmer) and middle (Absolutely Alice). Absolutely Alice is darker and the glitter particles are smaller and Simmer And Shimmer has a more silvery appearance. They are both gorgeous! They also have a gritty feel when dry. But, we all know that removing the glitter is a pain. Don't try to remove all the glitter from one nail at once. You can try to remove the glitter much easier by wiping each nail several times and then coming back to the first nail when you are finished with the last. Try to repeat this until all the glitter is gone. Good luck!