Friday, March 30, 2012

Weekend Holo: Spring Stripes

You all may remember my post earlier in the week with my Spring Stripes nails. Well, for hump day holo (at least, this belated one), I wanted to see how I can kick it up a notch!

Behold - Holofied Spring Stripes!

I LOVED it! Still girly, but delicate and yet it has the KAPOW I wanted!

So tell me, everyone... which look do you prefer? The original Spring Stripes or the holofied Spring Stripes?

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Day 29: Zoya Ginger

Hi, everyone! I know this was a little delayed, but I promise it's going to be worth it. For Day 29, I've brought you all another guest blogger. But I will allow her to introduce herself...
Hi I’m Lisa from Cosmetic Sanctuary and I am so excited to do a guest blog post for Princess Polish!!

Zoya is definitely my first love when it comes to nail polish, when I started out as a new blogger Zoya was the very first company to send me samples to review (they sent their True and Fleck collection!), not only that, they have amazing promos throughout the year! 

Okay, onto the polish!

I chose to swatch Zoya Ginger.  At the time that I bought Ginger, I had absolutely NO orange polish in my collection and I wanted to fix that!  When I put it on, I fell in LOVE with it (and orange is NOT a color I usually love)!  Zoya Ginger is a gorgeous fiery orange with amazing gold shimmer throughout.  This is not a neon orange, but it is very vibrant!

I really don’t think Ginger gets enough love, I hadn’t even heard of it until I went into Zoya’s orange selection on their website looking to fill that gap in my polish collection!

Thank you so much Princess Polish for giving me a moment to post as a guest on your blog!  And for being so patient with me while waiting for this post (tax season is BRUTAL on those of us who work in accounting firms!)
A big thank you to my fellow blogger, Lisa, for writing up a post. I know orange is so "on-trend" right now and with Zoya Arizona being touted as one of the hotter shades of the summer, Ginger is poised to make a surge.

Ginger is available at for $8 and may also be available at your local Ulta, depending on your selection!

While you should be sure to check out Day 28's post to vote for the final day of the 30 Days of Zoya Challenge, I still have to ask you one last question.

So tell me...what Zoya orange appeals to you most?

Until later!
Princess Polish

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

March Madness Top 64: The Midwest Division

Sorry for the delay, everyone. There was a glitch in the polling site. But now we're back… and bringing the battle to the Midwest for March Madness! Remember, you can still vote for the East, South, and West!

Game 1:

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Sinful Colors Cinderella

Doesn't every little girl dream of her fairytale moment? I will cop to having a crush on Prince Harry... though for a time in middle school, while Prince William's hairline didn't resemble his father's, I would have taken either royal.

Who am I kidding? I'd still take either.

Sinful Colors Cinderella is the perfect shade for any woman of any age to remind her that all ladies deserve to feel like princesses once in a while.

Cinderella is a light blue creme with subtle light pink microshimmer. It's so hard to capture the shimmer on camera, as it just did not want to focus on it, but it's more pronounced in person. It took four coats to build up to the level of opacity that I wanted, but it was totally worth it.

What amazed me is that when I think of the Disney version, this base color is EXACTLY what comes to mind. That dress! Ahh!

See what I mean? And that shimmer gives it a little bit of the Fairy Godmother magic!

You can find it at your local Walgreens or Harmons Face Values for $1.99.

Have you found Sinful Colors Cinderella near you?

Bibbity Bobbity Boo!
Princess Polish

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Spring Stripes

While I am reluctantly giving up my jewel tones now that it is spring, one thing that I could never give up is my nail art! So I tried to come up with something light and delicate that would also make an impact. I decided on a pastel rainbow.

First, I had to pick out some colors. I don't own nearly as many pastels as I do brights and darks, so this was a bit of a challenge for me. I wanted to select shades that would go well together and almost blend, rather than contrast.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Swatch and Review: Julep St. Patrick's Day Mystery Box

Here's a little Julep to hold you over until I receive my next box. You can also receive a Julep Maven box for just $.01 using the code SHAREONMARCH here. (Full disclosure, I do get a referral credit. If you are uncomfortable with that, you can sign up at on your own.)

I know that when I got this box, I did some complaining. Many of the shades shipped out were shades that from February or March. Because of a weird clause in the agreement, I am not receiving any of the March shades because I signed up too late. So I received February for a penny and will be receiving April pretty soon. In fact, I think it ships in two or three days.  Regardless, I won't double up on those shades. I did, however, double up on Oscar. So that will be a future giveaway... I think.

I received Oscar, Sofia, Jodie, and a basecoat, as well as Hand Brightener, Glycolic Hand Scrub, a glass nail file, and some chocolate! Unfortunately, the chocolate had melted. But hey... it was just Valentine's Day. I have more than enough. (And God knows, I don't need any more!)

First up is Sofia:

While the name and spelling instantly make me think of Sofia Vergara (Gloria from Modern Family), the color itself is not exactly reminiscent of the actress. A translucent spring green with mint sparkle, Sofia is definitely a color that needs to build up. This was with four coats and it finally became opaque. What's cool about Sofia is that she actually glows in the dark! There aren't many wearable glow-in-the-dark shades out there, so I highly recommend Sofia. She'll be on my mind for Halloween, that's for sure!

Next up is Jodie, a deep rose metallic with copper shimmer. Jodie is really pretty, though not terribly unique. I feel like I have seen this color a thousand times over at the nail salon, even though I don't already own one. Out of the two, I think Sofia is much more unique and impressive, but I will be keeping Jodie nonetheless.

Though I was a little disappointed in my mystery box, I am very excited for April's box! Remember, you can get the box for $.01 (including shipping) and can be canceled at any time. Other than free, you can't beat two/three nail polishes for a penny!

All polishes are 4-free and available at for $14. Julep will soon be available at Sephora, as well!

Princess Polish

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Swatch and Review: Zoya Sarah

Hi everyone! Sorry for being MIA the last few days... I've been smacked in the face by my allergies and have spent most of my time sneezing in bed. But with the rain falling here in Jersey, I finally am back to normal. At least for a little while.

But the good news this week, aside from the 500 'Likes' giveaway for the ENTIRE Zoya Beach & Surf Collection, is that my B3G3 shipment from Zoya came in! If you like me on Facebook, which you totally should go ahead and do, you know that I went back and forth on my three free shades until time was almost out.

And finally, I landed on Sarah, a shade that had piqued my curiosity for the better part of two years, but never found its way to the top of my wishlist.

So was it worth caving on?

Holy hell, YES.

First of all, as soon as I applied the first coat, I was smitten. It literally looks like I painted molten rubies on my nails. I received so many compliments on this shade in every single class. It was like I was a walking Zoya ad for the last three days.

The above was with two coats and a topper of Seche Vite (Yes, my mom replaced the bottle she broke with a new one and not a moment too soon), but as a berry metallic shimmer, Sarah is pretty shiny on her own.

Here's a macro shot:

Wowza. Dying. I do not regret snagging this polish for a second.

Sarah is available for $8.00 at and at your local Ulta store. 

While not all Ulta stores carry a wide selection of Zoya polishes, like the one near my school, Sarah is one of the staple shades at the smaller locations!

So what do you think of Sarah, ladies? Do you already own her? Or will she make your wishlist next go-around?

Until tomorrow!
Princess Polish

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

500 Follower Giveaway: Zoya Beach and Surf Collection

 Over the past six months since I actively began posting to Princess Polish, I have become overwhelmed at the support and loyalty of fans of this page. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would ever break 100 followers, let alone 500.

As a thank you, I am giving away a complete set of the BRAND NEW Zoya Beach and Surf Collection!

All you have to do is enter via the Rafflecopter Widget below. Open to US Residents Only.

Once again, thank you for all of the support you have given me. I truly love reading your comments (and yes, I read EVERY SINGLE ONE) and wish you all the best of luck!

Princess Polish

Hump Day Holo: Zoya Breezi

Hump Day Holo is here again and today, I have one of my favorite summer shades of all time: Zoya Breezi!

Breezi is a gorgeous Dodger blue creme that is lustrous, even without a top coat. But how does she compare as a holo? We find out... after the jump!

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Swatch and Review: Butter LONDON The Black Knight

Oh. Man. How excited have I been for this color? Well, I've only been talking about it for two months. And now it's not just in my stash, it's on my hands.

Seriously, I don't even care that it's the first day of spring. It has enough bright blue and pink glitter in it to be warm weather-appropriate for me.

There are a ton of reasons that I am head over heels for this color. I openly admit that I am a closeted superhero geek. I seriously came close to fainting when MAC released a Wonder Woman-themed collection because she's my favorite and can name every past, present, and, let's face it, future, member of the X-Men. I really do geek out over it.

So, for me, The Black Knight is a true point of intersection for everything I love in life: nail polish, glitter, and Batman.

And really, TBK does do its namesake justice. There is the very dark and dreary side of both Batman and Gotham, but equally glamorous side of upper-class Gotham and Bruce Wayne. Plus, the glitter in it reminds me of some of the Caped Crusader's more colorful foes like Joker, Harley Quinn, The Penguin, and Poison Ivy.

I swear. My inner geek is dying right now.

The application is very smooth and opaque in two coats, just be careful to let it dry enough so you don't drag any polish from the base of your nail. TBK is a top coat eater and I imagine two coats of Seche Vite will smooth it out very nicely. I say imagine because, as those of you following me on Facebook know, my mother broke my brand new bottle within hours of bringing it home. Instead, I used Out the Door as a backup, which can't even touch SV and doesn't quite do any gritty polish justice. In fact, on my way home from classes tonight, I plan on stopping at my local Harmons' to pick up a new bottle... and will only allow Mom to use it under my supervision. *wink*

Overall, I can't recommend this polish enough. The Black Knight is the first Butter LONDON I have ever owned and rest assured, it won't be my last. Though it is on the pricier side at $14, I have to say that it is of very high quality and DPB, Toulene and formaldehyde (3) free.

They are available at, Nordstroms, Ulta, and other local retailers. To find a local retailer near you, please visit

Monday, March 19, 2012

March Madness Top 64: The East Division

Here are the sixteen teams out of the East! There are definitely some heated matchups in this one and a few true underdogs.

Make sure to keep voting for the South and West!

Game 1:

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Friday, March 16, 2012

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

This water marble was done with Zoya Holly, Sally Hansen Green with Envy, and Funky Fingers Blitzen (hence the glitter). I wanted the effect to look like waves, as if green liquid was being poured into a glass. Mainly because I'll be working so no beer for me. Haha.

While I'm celebrating with a water marble mani and a ton of Sprite Zero with green food coloring, I hope you're all being careful out there! Drink responsibly and trust your instincts. And be sure to check in and let me know you survived St. Patrick's Day 2012. After all, there is a brand new Zoya Collection to look forward to and you wouldn't want to miss that!

Princess Polish

Announcing: Zoya The Beach & Surf Collection

Zoya BEACH Collection:

Reagan: deep cerise pink cream
Lara: vivid cerise pink cream
Shelby: soft pinky pink cream
Arizona: soft coral orange cream
Tracie: sea grass metallic
Wednesday: soft aqua cream

Zoya SURF Collection:

Rory: lotus pink foil metallic
Carly: thalia purple foil metallic
Kimber: magenta pink foil metallic
Myrta: coral orange foil metallic
Meg: mermaid green foil metallic
Zuza: aquamarine foil metallic

Zoya is the new color of fashion…

The Zoya BEACH and SURF collection was designed and inspired by resort runways and tropical get-a-ways.
Ultra long-wearing, glossy nail lacquers by Zoya are free of harmful industrial chemicals like toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, resin, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) that are known to cause cancer and birth defects.
Find Zoya BEACH and SURF as well as over 300 other ultra high-fashion Zoya shades at As always, each and every Zoya color is made for women so we name them after women.

Zoya Beach & Surf will both be available on April 1st and contains 6 colors each for a total of twelve new shades. The polishes will retail for $8.00 per .5 fl oz bottle. 

Ah, SO excited for this one! I knew a new collection was on the horizon as soon as the B3G3 promo popped up in order to clear out some stock.

I am thinking that an AWESOME new giveaway may be down the road… hmmm…

I don't think there is a single color on this list I don't want to try. Even the oranges are super intriguing! The names are wonderful and too perfect.

March Madness Top 64: The West Division

While the battles in the South are heating up, and the battle between Butter LONDON Wallis and Chanel Peridot rages on, the West has showed up to play!

Game 1:

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Day 28: Zoya Veruschka

While March Madness sweeps through Princess Polish, we're coming to the tail-end of the 30 Days of Zoya Challenge and giveaway!

Today features a polish I snatched up in the New Years promo, not knowing it would be discontinued shortly thereafter: Veruschka.

Zoya Veruschka is a matte forest green shimmer that I actually do not mind wearing. Most other mattes are completely dull and remind me of old cars. This one has a glow about it, even without a gloss.

Though of course, I do like it glossy better.

What about you, ladies? Glossy Veruschka or Matte Veruschka?

As of this moment, Day 29 is going to feature another wonderful guest editor. So unfortunately, it is time to pick the last color for our 30 Days of Zoya Challenge! I'm due to receive Tru, Skylar, and Lotus any day now, as well as Opal, Maisie, and Chloe. So pick either Tru, Skylar, or Lotus and it will get the full fleck effect treatment!

Until then!
Princess P

March Madness Top 64: The South Division

Alright, everyone! The response to March Madness has been pretty positive so far and I'm very excited. So without further adieu, here are the matchups out of the South:

Game 1:

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Swatch and Review: Sally Hansen HD Byte

I had been reading that over at Rite Aid, a lot of polishes had been listed as 75% off. When I got to the one by school, I found a lot of them had been wiped from the shelves. BUT I managed to snag two Sally Hansen HD polishes for $1.55 each and I was very happy with that.

Originally, I noticed the polishes were wayyyyy too sheer to be on their own. But when I layered Byte, which looked like nothing more than a pretty pink polish, I was nearly knocked off my chair.

Holy guacamole, Byte is a duochrome! 
Upon closer examination of the bottle, I noticed some blue microshimmer hiding amongst all that glitter.

Look at that color shift! Ahh, I LOVED it. The only downside was the noticeable tip wear after a day, but for such a gorgeous duochrome effect, I'll repaint if I have to!

You can purchase any of these HD shades by Sally Hansen at your local drug store, such as CVS, Walgreens, or Rite Aid.

So what do you think, ladies? Worth the $1.55?

And stay tuned for the first post of March Madness!

Princess Polish

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Announcing: March Madness Tournament + Giveaway!

 March Madness has begun in the world of college basketball, with the first group of teams from the top 64 in the country taking the court tomorrow.

As many of you know, I'm a HUGE sports fan so this event could not go unnoticed on my blog. So tomorrow is going to kick off Princess Polish's own March Madness tournament!

Here is how it is going to work:

Similar to NCAA March Madness, the nail polish tournament starts off with 64 contestants. Each contestant is a shade of polish representing the color(s) of a college in the NCAA contest. The bracket matches up these teams according to the actual matchups for the first round of 64, 8 matchups for each division of the country (North, South, East, and West).

Every day will feature a regional tournament in which you will vote for your favorites. The top 64 will run and March 15 will be the South, March 16 the North, March 17th the East, March 18th the west. The top 32 starts on March 19 with the South again and so on. As polishes are eliminated, the field will narrow and the voting will continue until we have a winning polish.

For example, the first round of competition in the south has South Dakota State/OPI Catch Me in Your Net taking on Baylor/Zoya Yara. The winner will move on to face the winner of Colorado/Wet n Wild Gray's Anatomy v. UNLV/Color Club After Hours in the Top 32.

And just like in the NCAA tournament, there are the favored powerhouses (like the designer brands of OPI, Essie, China Glaze, etc) and the underdogs with the potential to bust the bracket (like Cult Nails, Wet n Wild, Revlon,etc.).

Now here is the fun part! Whichever polish is crowned the champion will be the grand prize for the giveaway, with the runner up polish as the second prize. Since you're in control of what polish ends up as top dog, make sure to vote for your favorites and get the word out! This part of the giveaway will run for a week and then be chosen by

So stay tuned for tomorrow's post and get ready for March Madness!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Hump Day Holo: Zoya Mira

I've already gushed over how much I love Zoya Mira, but if you adore the purple creme as much as I do, you're going to die when you see it holo-fied.

So no more mystery... CHECK IT OUT!

And as if that wasn't gorgeous enough, Macro A:

 And Super Sparkly Macro B:

So what do you ladies think of the holo-fied Mira?

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Swatch and Review: Deborah Lippmann Razzle Dazzle

I have never owned a single Deborah Lippmann polish before. To pay $18 for a REALLY small bottle is really hard to justify on a college budget. Sure, I have splurged on Nails Inc. magnetic shades, but those have more polish in them and well... they're magnetic.
I was fortunate enough to snag Razzle Dazzle for half the price on a blog sale recently and have been waiting for the perfect time to rock it. And that time is now. (Though I'm currently wearing it holo-fied)
Razzle Dazzle is a cranberry jelly with suspended fuschia glitter that evens out rather nicely. I'd go so far as to say it is glass-flecked, since there is no texture even after a single coat on the nail. Three coats built up entirely opaque.

Seriously, I LOVE it. (Though I'm still lemming for Across the Universe and cannot find its Essence dupe ANYWHERE.)

Do any of you ladies own DL polishes? If so, which ones and which is your fave?

Friday, March 9, 2012

Day 27: Zoya America

For Day 27 and Day 28, we're going to do something a little special and feature two lovely ladies I have become friends with in the blogosphere. Don't worry, for 29 and 30, we'll go back to our regular programming and there will still be a question to answer that will count as a vote.

Today, the lovely lady behind The Nail Files will be our guest editor. And so, I turn the blog over to her...
When I was asked to write a guest post for Princess Polish's "30 Days of Zoya," the first color that popped into my head was America (La Di Di Collection, summer 2009)! This is my all time favorite Zoya and I don't think she gets enough credit. We all know Carmen (currently in Time Square) was Zoya's first color and Sooki is "everyone's favorite".. blah blah blah.. America is amazing and needs more love!!
America is best described on the Zoya website as, "Bright, bold, medium retro tomato-red creme. This unique red screams retro pin-up girl glamour."
I'm very hesitant to try/buy red polish. I have a cool and very light skintone, therefore most reds looks horrible on me (at least I think).. but America is wonderful! Aside from the gorgeous red color, the formula is phenomenal. It took nearly one (yes, ONE) coat for full opacity, but I used two just to be safe.

America is hands down my favorite Zoya! The formula is AWESOME and the bright red is so eye catching, you and your nails will surely get noticed!

So do you agree, ladies? Is America your favorite Zoya red? If not, comment with what is!

Thursday, March 8, 2012

A Belated Hump Day Holo: Deborah Lippmann Razzle Dazzle

Sorry for the delay, everyone! Between school and spring allergies finally knocking on my door, it has been a rough 36 hours. But never fear... the holo is here.

 This holo-fied color is Deborah Lippmann's Razzle Dazzle, a smooth cranberry jelly with fuschia glitter. Be on the lookout for a full review tomorrow. A coat of OPI DS Shimmer turns this shade into a linear bordeaux holo that is to die for!

So what do you think of this holofied shade? Get ready to go purple next week!

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Official Press Release: China Glaze Prismatic Collection

Array your nails in a myriad of color this spring with China Glaze® limited edition Prismatic nail polish collection! Inspired by the colors formed by the refraction of light through a prism, Prismatic by China Glaze® combines glitter and holographic particles to create the ultimate eye-catching, 3-dimensional manicure.

Bursting with color and dimension, Prismatic shades include: 

Ray-Diant: Greenish-gold shimmer filled with specks of silver, pink, green, orange and blue.  

Polarized: Silver metallic sheen sprinkled with yellow, pink, orange and green glitters  

Liquid Crystal: Bright blue holographic with purple tint dusted with silver, gold, green, pink and orange.  

Prism: Grape purple holographic gleams with pink shimmer and glitters with pieces of pink, blue, green, orange, silver and gold.  

Full Spectrum: Baby pink bursts into holographic magenta to party with silver, gold, blue, pink and green particles.  

Optical Illusion: Aqua green glimmers with a hint of purple filled with pink, yellow, silver, orange and green flecks.
    China Glaze® Prismatic will be available April 2012. Individual shades retail for $8 (US).

    (Hat tip to The Nail Files for first piquing my interest in this collection!)

    I don't know about you, ladies... but this collection already has me salivating. I know Kayla Shevonne already has a preview up of the swatches until I snag my collection. What you do all think?

    First Julep Maven Box!

    This is my VERY first post as a Julep Maven and I'm rather excited about it! As you may recall, I signed up last month to become a Maven for a penny. Since then, I have received my first box in the mail. It included two nail polishes and cuticle oil in roll-on form, which was perfect since I have begun to make a concerted effort to improve my care of them. Hopefully, you have noticed in my pictures!

    You can still sign up to be a Julep Maven for the month of March and only pay $.01 using the code MARCHINTRO here. (Full disclosure: That link is to my referral page and I get a point if you sign up. If you are uncomfortable with that, you can sign up at

    This was the February American Beauty Box, which featured Glenn (named for 2012 Best Actress nominee, Glenn Close) and Oscar, who needs no introduction.

    First up is Glenn, a GORGEOUS rich, metallic berry shade. Though it is not remotely reminiscent of the movie Ms. Close was nominated for, Albert Nobbs, it does remind me of her turn as Cruella de Vil in the 1996 live action version of 101 Dalmatians. I had nightmares from that for weeks as a terrified six-year-old. But this shade was a total dream. The application was smooth and opaque in two coats, as you can see above. 

    My mom has yet to see this color, but I can guarantee she'll be stealing it as soon as she discovers the bottle. And when my grandmother comes back to Jersey from snowbirding in Florida, I can't imagine she won't do the same, as well. That's the beauty of this color. It's incredibly versatile and wearable for women of all ages. I won't disclose Mom and Nana's ages, though. *wink*

    Now Oscar is definitely up my alley, rather than Mom and Nana, but that's because I'm all for the glitz and glam of glitter! In fact, before I decided on "Eat your heart out, Kate... you too, Pippa" as the tagline for Princess Polish, I was toying around with the phrase "So glamorous, she cries glitter."

    While I'm sure I could get Oscar to fully cover my nails with enough coats, I wanted to use the pair in my box as a duo. So I threw on a coat of Oscar and had a glammed up look. I could totally see myself rocking this for a party!

    So that is the February Maven box... and I can't wait for the March box from Maven. Though, I might have to switch to the It Girl box. A holo top coat is SO hard to resist!

    Read Across America Week: Rainbow Fish Nails

    Hope you all are enjoying the new look of the blog! It took a lot of toying around with Photoshop, but I think I'm really happy with it.

    For Read Across America Week (last week), I wanted to do a manicure inspired by one of my favorite books as a child: The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister!

    Instead of painting the actual fish, I wanted to draw inspiration from its beautiful scales. So I picked up Rimmel Marine Blue, Funky Fingers Baby Baby Baby, OPI DS Elegance, Zoya Indigo, and Sally Hansen Purple Potion... and got to work.

    This was the end result and I wore it the entire weekend! It was time consuming, but relatively easy. I used a dotting tool to create a scale-like effect. I thought that using tips on four fingers and full coverage on the ring finger would add a nice accent to it. Unfortunately, it has been raining here for a week. But I managed to get the slightest hint of sunlight on Saturday.

    And here are close up shots of the ring fingers. I blurred the last one so you could see all of the sparkly goodness in macro!

     If you want to try out the scale effect with your own polishes and color combos, please post them to the Princess Polish Facebook page! I would LOVE to see how yours turned out!

    Until tomorrow!
    Princess P

    Thursday, March 1, 2012

    Day 26: Zoya Breezi

    I cannot convey how much I love this color. Most of the blues I own are iridescent, glittery, and/or dark. But I picked Breezi right off the bat when the Sunshine and Sparkle collections were released last summer. Honestly, I made an awesome decision.

    Zoya Breezi is a GORGEOUS Dodger blue creme. And seriously, Dodger blue is a real name for a web color, which is actually different than the color blue the LA Dodgers actually wear on the uniforms. Look it up... it's uncanny.

    This was with just two coats and it was absolutely opaque right off the bat. (See what I did there?)

    So in honor of the Zoya Go Braugh giveaway for St. Patrick's Day, Day 27 is going to be the battle of the greens part deux: Dree v. Veruschka! Remember to vote both here and on the Facebook group for a chance to win two mystery Zoya polishes!

    And keep an eye out for a special guest editor for Day 28!