Radiant Orchid nail polishes, part 4 (The Light & Airy)

Good morning everyone! Today’s Radiant Orchid nail polishes are the light pink & purple end of the color family. Here are parts one, two, and three, if you’ve missed them.

Here is the Radiant Orchid swatch, and the color family triangle I’m using as a reference guide:

Radiant OrchidRadiant Orchid pyramid

 

Sinful Colors Easy Going:
Sinful Colors Easy Going

Color Club Endless (slightly more purple than pic shows):
Color Club Endless

Sinful Colors Beverly Hills:
Sinful Colors Beverly Hills

Sinful Colors Beverly Hills

China Glaze Split Perso-naility:
China Glaze Split Perso-naility

OPI Sparrow Me the Drama:
OPI Sparrow Me the Drama

The next in the series are sort of the “don’t fit anywhere” set: they are the bright pinks & purples. Which one from this set do you like? Even though I usually don’t like pinks, I like Color Club Endless because of the slight purple tone in it.

Tomorrow is the second to the last Xmas mani challenge, so until then,

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10 thoughts on “Radiant Orchid nail polishes, part 4 (The Light & Airy)

  1. I like Beverly Hills and Sparrow Me The Drama best. I really love Pantone’s choice for color of the year. Emerald green is one of my favorites and now my next favorite gets chosen!

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