Sigh.  I passed up BOTH current multichrome rages OPI Peace, Love & OPI and Essie For the Twill of It, due to that particular color shift not really appealing to me, even in the bottle.  It IS exciting to view on shelf, but that’s where I left them…

Meanwhile, I didn’t consider the color shift of Volume Two of the library all that attractive on my nails, either, reason why I also passed up Sinful Colors’ repromote of Let Me Go, now called Rain Storm.  But these things are tricky — by the volume of photos below, you can see how I crushed oh so hard on these hotties, all over again…

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Barry M 324 Silvery Lilac, Sephora Collection 69 Midnight Crawl, NYC 145 Rock the Party, Deborah Milano Shine Tech 69 Stone Paradise

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Barry M 324 Silvery Lilac, Sephora Collection 69 Midnight Crawl, NYC 145 Rock the Party, Deborah Milano Shine Tech 69 Stone Paradise

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Here you can see how Barry M Silvery Lilac, has, in addition to incredible multichrome color shift, that finely ground glassfleck shimmer of OPI Katy Perry Not Like the Movies, sans grittiness.  Sephora Midnight Crawl has a dominant pink shift in relation to the others, while NYC Rock the Party! is very sheer (each of the 5 coats above made for a beautiful journey).  Deborah Milano is in a class by herself, so subtle — I was doubtful of her multichrome designation whilst still in the bottle!

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Like Bourjois minis, one ends up tearing the label off of Deborah Milano varnishes upon opening…

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Too much gorgeousness for one day, wouldn’t you agree?  Enjoy the ongoing tea party, my honored guests at the café!

xo blueberry milk tea