Writing this blog Sunday night so you can see it tomorrow morning. (good morning!)
I wanted to try this collection out last weekend, but it was raining and overcast with clouds.
Anyways, this collection was released in the Spring 2010 so chances are you may have already seen it. :P
I started out with pink because I am rarely a fan of the colour. Reminds me of Pepto and Barbie dolls. Unfortunately this pink wasn't doing me any favours. Sorry pink lovers!
This is Blushing Bud. It's a hot-pink creme with decent application. This was 3 coats.
Pure Petunia is a pinky-purple creme. The application was good, I still needed three coats though. But It's not unusual for me to use three coats on a manicure.
Now this is an interesting colour. In the bottle it looks like rust with a pink shimmer, and the only shimmer in this collection. Strange, no? On the nail Ginger Lily's pink shimmer isn't as obvious and the rich colour of the rusty red comes to life. This is very unique. Three coats.
I wore Thorned Rose for 5 days straight during the workweek. In the bottle it looked like a dark berry colour, but on my skin it looked more like a dark red. Only in some lights did it take on it's berry self. I love this one. Orly describes it as a Red Wine Creme, I agree... somewhat. I thought this one was more like a jelly. It didn't apply or even look like creme on the brush, and it took 3 coats. The fact that I wore this colour for 5 days straight with minimal tip-wear is pretty amazing.
Oh, well hello there, green polish. Don't you look charming! Wandering Vine looked more subdued in the bottle, but on my nails it became a rich forest green. Two coats!!
Wild Wisteria is so wild it made my camera go bonkers. It's not a navy, rather it is a royal purple creme. This applied like butter and required only two coats. Below is a block of what I consider the "true" colour for reference since my photos didn't work out too well.
So what are your favourite colours in this collection? Mine are Thorned Rose, Wandering Vine, and Wild Wisteria.