Hm. How to accurately describe this. It's flakey and small holographic glitter particles in a bronze-y olive-y base. I bought this because I'm kind of on a mission to own every olive-ish polish ever, slowly but surely. I don't usually wear glitter, and I know this one is going to be a bitch and a half to remove. I used three coats here. Two may have been fine, but I did three just to be safe. And I wrapped my tips. I want this manicure to last for a while because I'm about to start the week from hell and I know that I'm not going to have time to scrub off the fairy vomit and apply something else until Thursday evening or Friday afternoon. Here's a macro for you, too.
I do really like this polish and I'm glad I bought it. I just hate paying $9 for $OPI. It's the principle. I also don't like the $OPI skinny brush. I much prefer the pro-wide on reggity-regs OPIs. The formula on this also wasn't great. It was kind of like painting my nails with curdled milk, and the tiny brush didn't help matters. Regardless, I still did an okay job. I didn't do any clean-up.
So it's Monday. And I'm just waiting for the weekend to come again. I was texting with my friend yesterday and she said to me, "Remember when weekends were weekends?" Truth be told, no I don't. For the past six years I've been either working on weekends or doing insane amounts of reading for school on weekends. This past weekend was nice, though. Well, Saturday was. I slept really, really well on Saturday night and woke up refreshed. My boyfriend being around probably had everything to do with it.
Okay, enough babbling. I have five minutes to do something to my hair and get out the door for class. What do you guys think of 212-Sephora? Is it fairy vomit in a good way or a bad way? Do you just want me to stop typing vomit? Personally, I like this polish. It's like a subdued glitter-bomb. And the sun even came out today so I can wear it properly :)