Orly Nail Polish Review 4 Polishes: Sweet Peacock, Lush, Steal The Spotlight, Brush It On
Hello everyone! It is time for another nail polish review! This time, I will be reviewing four Orly nail polishes in the shades: Sweet Peacock, Brush It On, Lush, and Steal The Spotlight.
This is an amazing and unique colored nail polish! It is a lime yellow green colored nail polish with yellow, green, blue, and orange strips of paper in it. I absolutely love this nail polish color! I have no other color like it, and in some lightings, like here with a flash, it even looks neon in color. This color is a great color for everyday wear since it appears light and subtle enough in color on the nails. This was one of my favorite colors out of all four of the colors I reviewed here.
Application: This nail polish applied like a breeze. It's formula is watery, but I did not have to shake it every time to prevent it from being too watery when applied. I did not need a top coat with this nail polish since it dried very fast, and I only needed one swatch to reach opacity.
Wear Test: This nail polish wore extremely well! After wearing it for four days without a top coat, it still looked almost exactly the same as when I first applied it.
This nail polish is a very glittery blue green colored nail polish. It has blue, green, purple, and blue flecks of glitter in it. Since it has so much glitter in it, it is perfect for the holiday season ☃!
Application: This nail polish has a watery formula. You need to shake it each time before you apply it because otherwise, this nail polish comes out too watery. I did layer this polish twice in order to reach full opacity. One downside to this nail polish though is that when I layered it too much in areas that needed more polish because it still was not opaque, I found that this polish took too long to dry so I had to apply a top coat to it in order to get it to dry. Since this polish didn't dry on some of my nails, I just applied a top coat to all of my nails. Thus, I don't recommend using this nail polish on its own; you should use a top coat with it.
Wear Test: I wore this polish for four days to see how it performed, and it did not fare well at all. This polish broke down badly and looked terrible by the third day, at which time, a lot of the polish was gone. Since it broke down this much with a top coat, imagine how it would have been without one. So, I don't feel that this nail polish is the best quality.
This nail polish is a glitter polish with pink, yellow, and orange flecks of glitter in it. It has a beige undertone, which also makes it a great color for everyday wear since it is mild and light enough in color. Since this color is mild, you can make it bolder by wearing it as a top coat on top of another nail polish, rather than wearing it by itself.
Application: Like the other two Orly nail polishes I tried out above, this one also has a watery formula. I also needed two coats of this polish in order to reach opacity. There were no issues with it drying though; it dried very fast.
Wear Test: This nail polish wears very well without a top coat! After wearing it for four days, it still looked almost exactly as it did when I first applied it:
This nail polish is a stunning beautiful royal blue polish with lots of shine and white glitter flecks in it. The name 'Sweet Peacock' really does suit this polish very well because it is a blue that does a peacock justice. This shade was also another one of my favorite shades out of the four Orly polishes I reviewed here.
In terms of opacity, I only needed one coat to reach opacity.
Wear Test: I wore this nail polish for four days, and it wore very well! My nails looked almost exactly the same as they did when I first applied it.
Since this nail polish is difficult to work with, I don't recommend it for beginners. Even though this color is very beautiful, I'm not sure I will reach for it again because it is a bit of work to apply and I can be very lazy 😐😔.
Final Thoughts: Out of all four colors I reviewed, Lush and Sweet Peacock were my favorites, but the formula for Sweet Peacock, as well as Steal The Spotlight, are not the best quality in my opinion. So out of these four nail polishes, I feel that Lush and Brush It On are the best quality ones, so I do highly recommend these two shades to you all.
Qualitywise, considering that it was 50/50 in terms of quality with the Orly nail polishes, I would say that their quality varies widely among their shades.
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