Radiant Orchid nail polishes: The Glitters

Good morning everyone! I hope you are staying warm – so many areas are snowy and cold, so I hope you’ve got hot chocolate galore and maybe some brandy. 😉

If you’ve missed any of the parts in this series, check out part one, two, three (Dark & Vampy), four (Light & Airy), five (Brights), and six (Berries). If you’d like me to do any comparisons from any of these posts, just leave a comment below. Today’s post is glitters that fit into this category. I didn’t have many, but I did want to get them in!

First up, a comparison between Sinful Colors I Miss You and Sephora by OPI It’s Bouquet with Me. These were so similar, I just had to do the comparison. I Miss You has silver, purple and holo glitters in a purple jelly base. It’s Bouquet with Me is exactly the same, except in a clear base:
Sinful Colors I Miss You, Sephora by OPI It's Bouquet with Me

Next is Zoya Julie Anne:
Zoya Julie Anne

Last is Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces, first with matte top coat, then with shiny topcoat:
Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces

Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces

This is my last post in the Radiant Orchid series for now. I’ve had so much fun doing this, and I’m now pretty much addicted to this color! I’m sure that I will have additions to this series as more and more companies come out with their version of this color. Towards the end of this month, I will have an all-indie post with Radiant Orchid polishes, so keep a weather eye out for that.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this, and if you have, would you consider sharing this page on your facebook, twitter, or google+ page? It shows all polishes categorized by company.

Until the next time,

Be Happy and Buy Polish

P.S. My Boyfriend Hates Makeup was inspired by this post series, and came up with 20 polishes in her stash! Check out her post!

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