I feel like this is the color of spring. Not grass green, not the lightest cream either, but a gorgeous creamy green that still has some color to it. Olympia is from the Sinful Colors Cast Away Collection & probably the one I was most excited about. It just looked so gorgeous in the bottle, my husband also said it was a cool shade. Ha. Okay so I made him say something about any of the nail polishes I happened to be hoarding that day & he picked Olympia. Semantics.
Olympia- A mix of mint & pea green paled down & with a creme consistency.
This actually didn’t apply as well as the others have, which is why I topped it with a coat of Seche Vite. It applied a little chunky/streaky in some areas, but it really means something that I still love it. This also looks great against my fair skin which doesn’t always happen with lighter greens. Sometimes I feel like they make my hands look super vein-y or pale in general. This one does not, woo!
The flowers are Sinful Colors Daredevil for the pink & Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Whirlwind White. Iused a regular ol dotting tool.
Also, this is said to be a dupe of Essie’s Navigate Her! So $1.99 & a little goopy as opposed to $8? You be the judge! I love this shade either way! Please forgive my SO DRY cuticles…I am having an allergic reaction that makes my hands dry as all heck & peel. Gross overshare but I don’t want you thinking you should have cuticles that look like mine!