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Orly Sea Gurl

Orly Sea Gurl is described a

gun metal grey shimmer.

Orly Sea Gurl

In the bottle, it sorta reminds me of the Face of Australia Molten Metallics nail enamels. It has a dark grey base with lots of metallic silver shimmer shot through.

Orly Sea Gurl

I am definitely impressed with what limited exposure I have had with Orly. Application was a breeze. I got away with 1 coat of Sea Gurl but as you can see, I could have done with 2 coats.

Orly Sea Gurl - artificial lighting

With some metallic nail polishes, you tend to get brush strokes but Sea Gurl was brush-stroke free!

In some light, there’s hints of gold..

Orly Sea Gurl - artificial lighting

as well as hints of green…

Orly Sea Gurl - natural lighting

I love me some metallic polishes and Orly Sea Gurl did not disappoint.

Orly Wandering Vine

Orly Wandering Vine

This is my first experience with Orly nail polish and Wandering Vine is lovely. It’s a lovely lush dark green. Very “vine”-ish lol. It applied evenly with no problems at all. I loved the finish. Even without Seche Vite, it dried to a very shiny finish.

Orly Wandering Vine - natural light

Per usual, this is two coats with Seche Vite on top. I really like the lid and how it’s grippy! I learnt that this was because the guy who started Orly wanted to design a bottle where you can open it with one hand. So handy when applying polish :) (I learnt this tidbit of information from paticipating in the ABBW and on Saturday night, my table had to privilege of two Orly ladies sitting at our table. PS Stay tuned for some posts on the ABBW!)

Orly Wandering Vine - natural light