Bad mood. Long-ass workday. What would be better than a dry martini? I'll tell you: Mac Dry Martini from Jin Soon Choi's fall/winter 2009 line. I got this polish quite a while ago, maybe in mid-July. I decided that I didn't want to use it until it was officially fall and now that it is...yay! Before I show you Dry Martini I want to show you the polishes that came in the mail yesterday from Niki of Magic Maid--the entire Wet n Wild Craze collection. These pictures are a little jankity, I took them last night after work in semi-darkness. Check 'em out.
Thanks so much Niki! And such timely arrival, too.
Now on to Dry Martini. This was my first Mac polish so I didn't really know much about the formula. From what I do know, they do have a good polish reputation. I really like the fall 2009 collection but I don't think I'll get any of the other ones because I don't love them. When I saw Dry Martini swatched on other blogs I knew it was uglypretty enough that I just had to have it. Anyway, when I did the first coat I thought, "ew. Baby poo." But the second coat makes it looks like a dark army green, just a little darker than an olive. I really like it. It's overcast here today, but here it is.
And here it is by some moss. Kind of similar, right?
That's all I have for you today. I am one tired girl. I don't think I'll be able to stay up for Project Runway tonight. Maybe I'll tape it. God, how 90s does that sound? I wish I had Tivo.