My scale for nail polish love goes something like this:
Coral: Oh hey, you're pretty. You should probably get on my fingers.
Edgy neutral: I love you. You make me happy on the inside.
Olive green: Full-on nail polish boner (or an NPB, if you will).
This olive is gorgeous. As in, holy shit, it just rocketed into one of the top ten polishes I'd want with me on a desert island (what a silly scenario). This is like the perfect fusion of gold and green, and...it's sparkly. It's just so pretty. I keep scrolling up as I'm writing this to look at pictures of my own hands. That's how much I love this. The formula was fine; I used two coats here. The brush was wide...wider than the OPI pro-wide, but not as wide and weirdly shaped as Sally Hansen Insta-Dris. If you like green or gold or olive, get your hands on this polish. Or, more appropriately, get this polish on your hands. You will not regret this $8-purchase, I promise.
As this post goes up I'll be almost to Detroit. I'm going with my friends in the morning to wander around the Detroit Institute of Arts, and then meet up with my seminar class in the afternoon to have a tour of the current exhibition. I'm pretty excited to go because this is there. I have a new obsession with James McNeill Whistler. Ever since I learned he wrote a book called The Gentle Art of Making Enemies. What a badass. I will try to remember my camera so I can take some pictures and post them later, but I will have gotten up at 6 in order to beat rush hour traffic out of Cleveland, so I don't even know if I'll be awake enough to put on pants let alone remember a camera. I usually get up at 9:15ish, so 6 is a little early for me. But it'll be a nerdtastic fun art day, that's for sure!
Opinons on Euro Green? Is it giving anyone else an NPB or is it just me?