Another beauty from the Vintage Vixens collection, this one:
A deep, dark glassy green that doesn’t appear black on the nails, I adore this shade. It’s not – quite – a Christmassy green, but rather it reminds me of an expensive car paint job. I was worried it would give me lobster hands, but luckily, it doesn’t!
Picture shows two coats over China Glaze sticky base coat, and no topcoat, as I used China Glaze drying drops to finish it off, I like them because they don’t shrink the polish beneath as with Seche Vite, and they smell of wintergreen, which makes a nice change for a nail product!
Wear is incredible. I wore this polish whilst building half of Ikea’s finest furniture over the weekend and only had to replace the polish on one nail that I broke when I was messing about with a claw hammer. Tools are not toys, people!
I found this bottle all alone on a shelf at my local Sally’s and had to give it a home. I picked up most of the rest of the Vintage Vixen collection at a trade show a few months ago, and had somehow overlooked this one. I think it cost me about £4. Bargain!