Thursday, January 15, 2009


I had a request from Olga to see what Misa - Disco Queen's true color was. She thought it looked a little olive green in the bottle. True, Olga, it does. However, last night when I put this color on, it was all gold baby. I also fell in love with this! I love glitter, PLUS it was a gold that didn't look bad with my skin tone either. The pictures are all taken inside, no flash. I did three coats with no top coat. I think two coats probably would have been okay, which is amazing for glitter polish in my books. Misa is becoming one of my faves, right up there with China Glaze, and that is hard to do ladies :) OLGA - I would recommend this color.
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Olga said...

Oh thanks a lot, it does look amazing but i was hoping (still are) to find a greenish hued gold. Sort of like that amazing yellowish green dress Nicole Kidman once wore. I really don't know why i'd want that color np because i'm sure it would look awful on me (and probably most everybody else) but still i want it. Go figure, LOL!

Brooke said...

OLGA - Have you seen China Glaze Wagon Trail? It is sort of a yellow gold olive green color. Is that what you are looing for, or something with glitter?

Olga said...

Oooohhh! i have Wagon Trail and though it turned out to be blacker than i thought i still like it very much, especially under sunlight the greenish flash is amazing.

But the color i mean is not that is difficult to describe, but some people call it chartreusse.

Brooke said...

Olga, I also have a couple of discontinued colors that might be right up your olive green alley. I will try to do a post of them. I have moonpool and cat's eye. Both are china glaze.

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