Thursday, October 14, 2010

OPI Jade is the New Black

80% of people who see physicians are depressed. (Archives of General Psychiatry)

My depression awareness green for today is OPI Jade is the New Black from the spring 2010 Hong Kong Collection, one of my favorite greens from one of my favorite collections. Jade is the New Black is a gorgeous, vibrant green with blue undertones. Application is wonderful, and it's opaque in two coats. Unfortunately, my fingers are still very unhappy...I hope that improves soon, but until it does, you get my peely fingers.

indoors, artificial light
outdoors, shade
outdoors, sunlight

*sigh* Isn't she gorgeous? I absolutely love this color. I keep staring at my nails; I can't help it! I hope you're all having a great Thursday...and if you're not, at least it's almost Friday. :)

12 comments:

  1. This is definitely my favorite polish of all time. I have three bottles. =P

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  2. Freshie- Thanks! Me too. :)

    Janna- Wow, three bottles! That is kind of amazing. Haha.

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  3. I love this color and its blue brother (Suzi says Feng shui) a LOT.
    Also thaaank God this week is over!
    You could try some honey and yogurt as a mask on your hands.
    Have a great weekend!

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  4. I have this color too! I loveee this green and it really looks great on you ;)

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  5. Ria- I love them both a lot, too! They're great colors. Honey and yogurt sounds like a good idea...but I might eat it. ;P

    Tasha- I know, isn't it an awesome green? Thanks!

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  6. Lacquer Ware for Tips and Toes- Thank you!

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  7. I lub this color!!! I`m really glad I bought it when I had the chance

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  8. Martje- Me too! I'm really glad I snatched up the Hong Kong polishes that I did.

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  9. Great color!
    I've got one similar from Kiko Cosmetics though.. really great alternative since OPI isn't sold here :)

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  10. MissMarlboro- Thanks! I'm glad you have a good alternative.

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