CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED — Thank you to all for entering. Winner will be contacted today, Wednesday, June 2, 2010 and will have 24 hours to respond.
When Damone Roberts 1968 came back up for availability, I grabbed it…and a few extra bottles for my nail polish girl friends. It turns out I’m the only one who loves it. My other girl friends? Not so much. They passed. Now I have 2 extra bottles available to give away. Yay!
First Place Winner gets a bottle of OPI’s Damone Roberts 1968, a bottle of Misa’s Dirty, Sexy, Money AND ALL SIX BOTTLES of OPI’s Shrek Collection
Runner Up wins a bottle of OPI’s Damone Roberts 1968
There are two ways to enter, you can do any of the following:
1. Leave a comment
2. Follow me on Twitter and Re-Tweet (RT) the following message @carinaeletoile OPI Damone Roberts giveaway – http://wp.me/pJShv-kr
- This contest is open to EVERYONE inside and outside the US.
Contest ends on Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 3:00pm (15:00) PST.
For some inexplicable reason, I was completely enamored with this color when I saw it in the store. I had to have it.
I think secretly in my mind I had a vision where it would be this stunning pink with gold shimmer on me. The kind that was so flattering that people would stop me and ask, “What color *is* that? It looks so wonderful on you!”
Sadly, I was mistaken. It aged me. Yes, that is exactly what happened. It aged me. Made my hands look more like old lady than cool hip chick.
What a pity. It’s still a gorgeous color. I may reserve it for my toes, but even then I worry I’ll look like I’m 80, not 30-something.
See the pretty golden glitter in the shade shot? You can actually see the pool of gold glitter where it says Oz. on the bottle. The color looks much better in the shade than in the sunlight shot below. Sunlight just completely wiped it out.
Formula was so good – fast drying and only a 2 coater.
I’ve been lemming this color for a long, long, LOOOONG
time. I also scored an extra bottle. What does that mean?
Next week-ish/within the first 2 weeks in June I will do a contest giveaway.
First place winner will receive a bottle of Damone Roberts 1968, a bottle of Misa’s Dirty, Sexy, Money AND all 6 bottles of OPI’s Shrek Forever After Collection. Runner up will receive a bottle of Damone Roberts 1968. So stay tuned.
Here is Dirty, Sexy, Money on me. It’s going to be my manicure for the next few days since rain is in the forecast and I won’t be able to swatch.
Small Note: For those of you who mourned the loss of Trans Design and OPI, my fave nail polish seller in CA said their website is almost done…their prices will be 25 cents more than if you go into their store, but $4.25 for a bottle isn’t bad. I nearly fainted when I saw Zoya in the store, too! (For $3.75 a bottle.) We discussed what shipping fees would be but it sounds like it’s going to be pretty good. I’ll let you know more as soon as I find out more info.
Loved that the formula was so easy to apply and that it dried so quickly! Wonderfully opaque in two coats and it had a nice lovely high gloss. It was so shiny that I actually debated on a top coat (which I did anyway). It reminds me of Rescue Beauty Lounge’s 360, but not as dusky.
I am going into the weekend wearing this pretty sparkle because rain has been forecasted for tomorrow. I need something to brighten a potentially rainy weekend.
Hope you all have a good one!
This color really made me smile. It’s such a thick, dense glitter. I know it’s going to be a pain to remove from both hands, but I don’t care! Super pretty and in the sunlight? Oh baby! Tons of fire and sparkle. Lots of dizzying moments because I couldn’t stop staring at my fingers.
I found this in a clearance bin for $1.50. Had I known how truly and deeply I’d fall for this color, I’d have purchased all of them. Yea, I get kind of like that. I know that Channelesque has been discussed many a time, but I love how it looks on me.
Just when I thought I had all 6 colors shown, I came across this one. Sorry about that.
Alegra is very similar to Gilda and for one red hot moment, I thought I had taken 2 sets of pictures of the same color. No. My skin just happens to make them look alike.
The last two I have to show. The sun washed out the colors, but some of the shade shots turned out decently. Nidhi’s incandescent lighting shot turned out beautifully.
See below. 🙂
Raspberry in color, it’s not a shade that looks good on me. I think the shade shot brought the good part of the polish out, but it wasn’t enough to convince me that I would like it enough to wear it on my nails during the summer.
See how gorgeous this color was until the sun hit it? Ugh. I’ll fix it, though. I look forward to wearing it a lot this summer.
I’ve always loved ladybugs. Whether they were green, yellow or red. They’re my favorite things. I think they’re so adorable and even now, when I see one, the little girl in me goes, “EEEE!!!! Must play with it.”
I was so excited to get this color, if not for the name alone. How can you NOT love the name Ode To A Ladybug? It’s so cute! However, it ended up being more of an unflattering coral on me. It looked ok in the shade and in natural light, but I wore it for a weekend and while I loved the shade, my friends were not so keen on it. 🙁 I got various comments, “You’re not old enough to be wearing a color like that.” to “Oh, girl. What were you thinking?”
I’ll let you decide.
Formula rocked it (as usual) – dried fast and this is three coats. There was a slight glitter in this and it doesn’t really show. I knew there was glitter in the polish just from the lumps I could feel after it dried. However, the glitter really didn’t go KA-POW like I’m used to. No other complaints, though. 🙂