To avoid a lot more nail polish review posts, I wanted to do a (reasonably) brief review of the rest of the polishes in my collection. All of these are polishes I have purchased myself over a period of about two years, so I am reviewing them purely for colour purposes, as it's often difficult to tell what you're going to get, especially if you order online! Durability on all of these is roughly 3 days no chipping, with a top coat of Seche Vite. I know my pictures are nauseatingly amateur, but these are the ones I felt gave the best indication of actual colour. So, without further ado...
OPI - Berries In The Canaries
Essie - Bordeaux
Shade: Gorgeous deep blood red. Probaby my favourite polish in my whole collection. Very wearable, sophisticated and classic. Creme finish.
OPI - Hopelessly In Love
Shade: Creme peach/pale pink. Completely wearable, suits anbody shade. Looks polished and pretty. Lovely in Spring, especially.
Coats: 3, to achieve full opacity.
Ciaté - Gold Digga
OPI - Here Today, Aragon Tomorrow
Colecciòn de España, which also included Barefoot in Barcelona. This is a very dark forest green. I wasn't sure about this at first but now I think I love it a lot. It's grown up and sexy and an interesting alternative from Rouge Noir-esque shades. To be honest, it only shows as a green shade in broad daylight; any darker and it looks black, but a lovely black all the same.
Butter London - Diamond Geezer
Coats: This is one coat. It's slightly sheer but I like it better than two coats, which makes it lose the sparkle somewhat. Both are wearable though.
OPI - Tasmanian Devil Made Me Do It
OPI - Mrs O'Leary's BBQ
OPI - La Paz-itively Hot
OPI - Hollywood Blonde
Coats: I'm wearing two in this photo but regularly wear just one quick sweep.
And there we have it - no more polish reviews for quite a while I think, apart from a separate Zoya one I'll be putting up later in the week.