None of these photographed accurately, and it’s a shame: Sinful Colors Mint Tropics, on the left, is a bright, almost neon tropical froggy saturated crelly. Truly unique: I included it here as it mimics the brightness in the two PFFs, but the tone is much lighter whilst being more saturated neon. This one is a must-see in person; it’s currently on shelf and visually leaps out of the display at you.  It does not lean blue as in the bottle shots or on the nail wheel, nor is it anywhere near pastel mint!

Catrice Planet Tokyo and Essie Mojito Madness were such pretty bright green crèmes when I obtained them (MM via an auction site whilst awaiting alelvi123’s dispatch of Planet Tokyo). The pigments have separated and dulled over time, although they remain definite PFFs. I might have to manually gently centrifuge them during a good movie 🙂

Catrice Enter Wonderland LE C03 Wonderland Green Card is a nice ever so teal-leaning grassy green crème that doesn’t fit anywhere else in my collection except to offset the PFFs, as it’s on the darker end of this spectrum.  Sent as a surprise from my always diplomatic lacquer ambassador in Belgium!

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Not one of these photos is even close re Sinful Colors Mint Tropics… although the first bottle shot is the most color-accurate re Catrice Planet Tokyo and Essie Mojito Madness.

There are two coats each on the nail wheel.  Catrice Planet Tokyo, second from left, is a much thicker formula than the thin raleza of Essie Mojito Madness, which is why Planet Tokyo might appear a bit darker.

Catrice Wonderland Green Card is not as dark as it photographed on the nail wheel, but it is darker and bluer-leaning than the PFFs.

Although not the point of this post, I urge you to see Sinful Colors Mint Tropics in real life splendor if possible… what a summer mojito beauty for under $2 USD!

xx hasta prontito bmt