Been awhile since I've done one, sorry I got off-track there for a bit! Today I've got another reader suggestion comparing two similar greens. Orly Gumdrop and Ancient Jade. Both of them are from Orly. Both are what you could call mint greens. Both have a creme finish. But are they that...

I must confess that it never occurred to me to layer these two shades together, so when I received a reader request for this combination, I was intrigued. Each polish has so much going on individually, that I figured it would be total overkill to layer them, but I'm very happy to say that I...

If I had to pick between the two I would go with Office because the formula is better and I like the slightly dusty hue it has. What do you guys think about these two? Different enough to have both? I am still taking requests for these posts, so have at it! -Kelly

I really love both of these but slightly prefer the color of Khaki Vert, but Fatigued is a very close second! What do you think? -Kelly

I have a Chanel Jade Rose nail polish that I never use and now I remember why! "Jade Rose" is hardly the correct name. Definitely not very ‘jady' or ‘rosy' if you ask me, if anyting is rosy here it's my hands! It's hard to capture the exact true color but I'd say it's pretty much like IRL...

An alternative is the canvas boot, a slightly-more lightweight option that's long on style but lighter in weight. I'm personally crazy about these . Can you imagine with a long white skirt or with a denim skirt? Hot. So, again, just a few options for you not to tread into the plastic/rubber...

: "Here sat Marilla Cuthbert, when she sat at all, always slightly distrustful of sunshine, which seemed to her too dancing and irresponsible a thing for a world which was meant to be taken seriously; and here she sat now, knitting, and the table behind her was laid for supper." "Slightly...

While they both have shimmer throughout, in my opinion the particles in ‘Pelican Gray' seem slightly larger and certainly more sparse compared to the finer & denser pearly shimmer of ‘I Vant To Be A-Lone Star' (that name.....cute but way too long, no?!) In darker lighting, the differences...

Could it be that Vanity Fair's readers are slightly above buying magazines with teenagers on the cover? Or simply too old for it? Has Graydon Carter lost his touch? (Doubt it. Vanity Fair is still a good magazine, despite this.) Or maybe the reason for this is as simple as: Justin Bieber...

 

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