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China Glaze describes this shade as a, "peacock teal". It was part of the 2012 Bohemian Collection. In the bottle it's a very metallic duochrome blue/green/gold. On the nail it's more of an almost-mirror-ish teal -- not such a strong duochrome. It's still super pretty. It reminds me of Julep's "Phoebe" but this one has a lot more going on.
The formula was awesome. Not such a fan of China Glaze brushes (they're skinny) but it does help to get into the tighter spaces (I have small nail beds). Cleanup was effortless. I used Duri 2 as a base coat and Seche Vite as a topcoat. Oh, and 2 coats of this polish.
Under LED desk lamp.
Macro under LED light.
Indoors, bright daylight (no direct sun), near windows.
Outside, bright daylight (no direct sun).
Outside, direct sun.
Direct sun macro.
Overall, I really love this polish! This is the only one I have from the Bohemian Collection but I'm interested in getting more!
I purchased this polish for myself. I just checked the Nail Polish Canada website and this shade is available and in stock. I'm sure it can be purchased from other retailers as well.