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Orly Holiday Soiree- Ingenue

I have found a new love in Orly with it sleek super handy gripper cap and big bottle size. The weekly trip to Wonderful World was in time for me to see the entire display of the Orly Holiday Soiree collection. The Orly‘Tis the Season (from their 2010 holiday collection) and Birds of a Feather collections are also out.
Orly costs $38TT for the18ml bottle so out of these three collections I choose only one called Ingenue from their Holiday Soiree collection. It’s a plumy purple color with gold sparkles and oh how they sparkle in the sunlight. So beautiful and reflective that it was difficult to photograph properly. I used two coats of polish but the intensity of the colour was still a bit sheer so maybe three would have been enough for an opaque finish. The formula was easy to work with and dried very quickly between coats. The bottle comes with a cute nail file tied around the bottle neck.
I was so impressed by this colour as well as the Orly range of colours. The formula is just as good as my good old China Glaze. Even though it is more expensive per bottle (China glaze at $TT30 vsOrly at $TT38) you get 4ml more since China Glaze if only 14ml per bottle.  They work out around the same price per ml anyway.
I definitely will be checking out more colours from Orly.
XOXO
Naomi

Comments

  1. oh thats pretty...I got Meet me under the mistletoe last year from their tis the season line and I love it wore it all holiday season

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  2. Yes gorgeous green right! I picked up the bottle and started singing Justin Bieber's new song, ha ha! Not sure how come Wonderful world still had the last year Tis the season collection.

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