The truth is that I wasn't so into coral before I met Sfish P. After I used it for the first time, though, I decided that everything in my life needed to be coral; hair accessories, outerwear, eyeshadows, lipsticks, dresses, tights. I now own a plethora of coral things, and it's really all thanks to Sfish P.
As I mentioned, this polish is a jelly. It's not really meant to be worn opaque, but I like to get rid of as much visible nail line as possible so I wear it with four coats. It's nice at three too, but I prefer to use the extra. The downside to this is that it takes a while to dry and, of course, my precious bottle gets used up more quickly. But look at the results. This is my very favorite Rescue Beauty Lounge polish (and I own a lot). I would buy this one again in a heartbeat. If you want one too you can get yours for $18 here. Is it worth the money? I think so...but I think all of my RBLs are worth what I've paid for them.
Side note. My dad is adorable. Last night when I left my parents' house I texted him from a gas station:
Me: Gas is $3.59 at Bradley and Detroit!
Dad: Go girl!
LOVE HIM. He empowered me as a woman because I found cheaper gas. <3
So, opinions on Starfish Patrick? Is this one on anyone's list for RBL purchases? Does it not appeal to you? Let's hear it. It's my opinion that the praises of this polish have not been sung nearly often enough.