So one of my beauty new years resolutions was to stop being scared of things being ugly- what does that mean? As you guys know i've always been timid of trying bright colors or funky accessories and thats mostly because everytime I have in the past, I always thought it looked ugly on me and so I wouldn't try again for a few years. However lately I kind of realized that in order to find anything really special I'd have to be willing to take risks that I wont like something and thats all part of the learning process and it happens to everyone. Worst comes to worst I can blog sale it right?
PS. Some of these are some fall/winter stragglers. Im sure you guys can tell which ones :)
Orly- Ancient Jade
A rich, milky mint green. 5 days NO significant chips. Ridiculous staying power
Orly's solid gold a matte bronzey gold
Amazing staying power for a matte polish- 4 days no chips! Very expensive looking too- the gold has a lot of depth
OPI- Do you Lilac it?
Beautiful creamy light lilac - one of my absolute favorite polishes of all time!
OPI- I don't give a rotterdam
It looks nice from far away and sometimes in photos, but in person its very flat and dull. Some of the people on instagram mentioned this as well
OPI- Meet me on the star ferry
Looks nice in photos but in person is a metallic plum that doesn't really excite me. Not bad but easily overlooked
Bright bubblegum pink :) Very cute but admittedly not too special. Still a favorite for me though
Basically a large haul of all the polishes I've been trying lately! I have a newfound love and respect for Orly polishes- they can really take a beating. I won't go in to depth here so if you're interested in my thoughts please watch my video!