Tuesday, 18 November 2014

A Selection of the Very Best Greens!

This is a blog post I thought wouldn't ever happen, yet the stash of nail polishes has grown considerably even the green section. Wondering if there will ever be a best of yellow polishes... Probably not, even I don't love yellow that much. Do you guys have a colour that's not heavily feature in you polish collection? Anyway here's all the green polishes that are loved from the massive polish stash, follow me for more information.

Don't they all look pretty lined up in a row, now if you aren't a fan of green I suggest that you click away now as it'll be seeing green from here onwards. Let's get onto all the individual polishes:
Despite the photographs not showing it, Sally Hansen's Jet Set Jade is a lovely metallic green polish which applies really well in two coats. It's a polish that would be good for an evening out as it's really shimmer and catches the light. If you want something to stand out a lot more Sally Hansen's B-right On! is your polish. It's bright green with no dampeners, does take a little more effort to apply but it's worth it for the neon nails you'll get at the end.  
Barry M's Kiwi is a great summer green polish as it complements a nice tan well (not too bold), it's a breeze to apply like any other Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine polish and lasts really well. So you only need to do your nails once for the holidays. A texturised polish had to appear somewhere in this little list, it appears in the form of Sally Hansen's Sour Apple which is a lovely mint green polish with the added extra of texture. This is another polish which is simple to apply and looks lovely on any nails in my opinion, if only it tasted like the name as well! Essence's Rollarcoaster is a simple and sophisticated green, it's a darker green with a ever so slight shimmer running through it. The collection name is colour and go which definitely applies to this polish it takes two quick coats and then you're done. Easy peasy polish. A more out there polish is Barry M's Waikiki as it's bright neon green as well as being matte effect finish. It's an acquired taste polish which is growing on me slowly but surely, it'll definitely have more use in the summer. Why don't you give it a try? Finally is Sally Hansen's 3, 2, 1derland, it's worth the wait. This polish is a glitter topper that evenly spreads by itself, the larger glitter is a mix of green and blue. Therefore it goes with any green or blue polish you have and isn't a complete pain to remove. Yippee!

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