It looked so intriguing and I didn’t think to google swatches of this color…until after I had hit purchase. DOH!
This is a gorgeous glass-flecked nail polish. Green-yellow-gold flecks in a black-based creme. It appears to be somewhat green, but you can tell it’s black-based. Sadly, the formula was a bit lacking for me – it applied unevenly and tended to dry a little on the slow side, which was extremely frustrating. It was also a bit thick and gloopy, which was probably what accounted for the mega slow drying time.
Although this is a gorgeous color, it’s not like BB Couture’s Glampyre or Butter London’s Wallis. However, this is something that is very been there, done that, have the shirt already! I dislike writing that, but it’s what I feel.
On to the pictures!
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Â Beautiful gorgeous macro ofÂ Dolce & Gabbana Stromboli
Â The shade shot of the bottle looks better than the polish does on my nails. Maybe that’s just me.
Â For some reason, this flash shot is appealing to me.
Â Sunlight washes out the glitter, but for the most part I’ve found this to be a fairly mellow color, despite its appearance in the bottle. Doesn’t it look like it would just blow you away once on the nail?
Long story short – it’s a pretty color, but it’s one that has been seen several times over.
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