Orly Fowl Play

Good evening my loves!  I only have 3 more days of freedom until I have to go back to work 😦  It’s going to suuuuck getting up Monday morning.  I asked my mom this morning if we HAD to go back and she said “no, if we win the lottery” so I told her I was counting on that 😉
Today I have for you a polish I got back in October in a swap with Dayana from my SMYTC Facebook group, and I seriously do not know why I have waited so long to try this one!

This is 2 super easy coats of Orly Fowl Play.  This is a dark plum purple jelly base, which is fully opaque in the 2 coats, with what I thought was pink/red glitters and blue microglitters, but when you look at these pictures, where the sunlight hits the polish directly it is like a flakie top coat.  This is a gorgeous polish, and I think it’s fairly easy to find – it is part of the Birds of a Feather collection.
This is my second time ever using Orly polish, the only other colour I have polished with myself is Ingenue (not yet on the blog) and I remember it was very easy to use as well.

8 thoughts on “Orly Fowl Play

  1. I love swatches of this polish, but whenever I try to apply it, I have horrible luck! It just doesn't apply that great on me…lots of pulling and bald spots. I will have to try again because this polish is a real gem.

  2. I went a bit nuts when this came out – I bought 3 bottles of it thinking I would use it when I had a passion to put on my OPI Midnight Magic that I have 3 bottles of also but don't like to wear it – or did not like to wear it out of fear I would run out…but having MM and soooo loving it – this Orly is OK if you don't have MM – but if you do have MM and are OK about using it…the Orly seems to send the particles in it into hiding a bit compared to Midnight Magic. I play with the Orly now and again trying to find ways to make the goodies it has in it pop!

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