Monday, 29 October 2012

NOTD: Orly Synchro (Review)

Hi Guys,

I hope you are all doing well. Before I start with today's post, I just feel the need to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone of you that reads my blog. You have no idea how much joy I derive when I've put a post together and you guys read and comment. It's so encouraging, thank you!

Now on to the business for the day, I recently added a nail polish to my collection(like I need anymore, right?). It's one from Orly called Synchro and was released with their Electronica Autumn 2012 collection. It's the second nail polish from Orly that I have, I reviewed my first one, Glided Coral here.



It is a duo-chrome colour which if i'm being honest it is quite hard to describe. It appears rusty red/dark pink/purple with blue shimmer running through it. It reminds me a lot of Sleek's Amethyst lipstick which might be why I was attracted to it in the first place. It looked really gorgeous in the bottle but when I put it on my nails, I wasn't so sure. It kind of paled out in comparison to what I expected.





In terms of application, it applied very well without any streaks. I also like the famous rubber grip that makes Orly polishes so popular, it lets you grip the brush properly for easy application. It was opaque enough with two coats but I added a thin third coat, just because.





Overall, I just don't know with this one. I was a bit disappointed but it is growing on me, it is looking better with time. One thing I like about it though is that it is very unlike anything I have, I do tend to buy similar shades of nail polish for reasons best known to me o_O.

So what do you guys think of this colour? Yay or Nay?

Peace and Love,

Y.
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4 comments

  1. cute! I hate to paint my nails though, cos I find that after a few days, the color chips. any tips to make em last longer? thanks.

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    1. Thank you! Sometimes it's just dependent on the polish..Some chip much faster than others, even the really expensive ones. But using a good basecoat before and a topcoat after should help keep your manicure in place for longer :-)

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  2. Like it, its nyc

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