Month: May 2011

Zoya Tiffany

 - by Playing with Polish

Tiffany is one of the polishes I got in Zoya’s recent polish exchange. It is from the winter 2010 Flame collection, but it is not really a color I would associate with winter. To me this pretty peach seems like more of a spring and early summer color. Tiffany is a peach foil finish with gold flecks. In some lights it looked coppery. Some peaches are too orange for my skin tone, but I think that Tiffany was pretty flattering on me.

Zoya Tiffany

Zoya Tiffany in sunlight

Although the formula is a bit sheer, it dried quickly and application was excellent. Three coats and a top coat shown.

Zoya Tiffany

Zoya Tiffany (picture is a bit more red than in real life)

Orly Here Comes Trouble

 - by Playing with Polish

Here Comes Trouble is another dense glitter from the new summer Pin-up collection. This one is a bright slightly yellow leaning green. Like Bubbly Bombshell it has a mixture of fine and hex glitters.  While Bubbly Bombshell has a clear base, Here Come Trouble has a yellowish-green one. This a a fun color for summer! :-)

Orly Here Comes Trouble

Orly Here Comes Trouble in sunlight

Application was very good. This has a smooth finish for a glitter polish. It is similar to the recent foil finish polishes. Three coats and a top coat shown.

Orly Bombshell and Orly Here Comes Trouble

Orly Bombshell and Orly Here Comes Trouble

Orly Bubbly Bombshell

 - by Playing with Polish

Bubbly is a violet glitter bomb from  Orly’s new summer collection Pin-up (I also grabbed Here Comes Trouble which I will review soon). It is a very dense glitter in multiple shapes (very fine glitter and a larger hex glitter). I am not always a huge fan of glitter polishes, but this one is very pretty!  Bring on the backyard BBQ and a festive umbrella drink!  :-D

Orly Bubbly Bombshell

Orly Bubbly Bombshell in sunlight

Application was very good. The finish is pretty smooth for a glitter. It is similar to their recent foil finish polishes. Three coats (I probably could have gotten away using two) and a top coat shown.

Orly Bombshell and Orly Here Comes Trouble

Orly Bombshell and Orly Here Comes Trouble

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