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Especially excited to see the Tokyo collection, I figured it would be months before anyone had swatches, so yay!
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When these beauties arrived on my doorstep, I was jumping out of my skin to start swatching.
I’ve been dying to show them to you all but time is not on my side. You know I’ve been wanting a creme in every shade of green I can find. Maybe because I feel like my nails are imperfect and achieving a smooth creme finish makes them look flawless.
Mesmerize, "Royal Va Va Blue" (There are so many dirty jokes about The Queen that are waiting to be made here, but I'm not gonna be the one to make them!
I don't normally like reds, I find them boring, but a red like this catches my attention. One Of A Kind, "Poppy Red Kiss." To me, this leans more orange than red. It seems too orange for me to call it red, but that's how they describe it. Seems more summer than spring, but I'll never complain about bright colors! I'm just as sick as the rest of you of seeing the same sheers, pinks and reds every year.
”I may pick up those two and maybe “Arigato” although I think I have a similar Zoya polish. I don’t really cotton to any of them other than I think Tempura-ture looks great.. I already have similar colors of all of these (with over 4000 it’s hard not to), but I really like Zen Garden and Sushi Roll. It’s the same kind of green 🙂 I like this collection, even though I see a couple of shades that look almost identical..
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I decided to compare three colors: Essie Mesmerize, OPI Dating A Royal and Sephora by OPI Blue Grotto.
But after three summers of Brights that were hit or miss, I will admit that I’m pleasantly surprised by the Mod About Brights collection.
Instead of fooling us with beautiful in the bottle blues & greens that end up being sheer (I’m looking at you, Call My Cell-ery and Can’t You Sea?