Thursday, August 2, 2012

OPI "Gargantuan Green Grape"

Today's notd is OPI's "Gargantuan Green Grape," a green that is a brighter, fresher take on a mint green.

(photographed: OPI "Gargantuan Green Grape")

"Gargantuan Green Grape" refuses to photographed true to color when it's in the bottle. Compared to China Glaze's "Re-fresh Mint," you can see how "Gargantuan Green Grape" is less muted than your standard mint green.

(photographed [left to right]: OPI "Gargantuan Green Grape," China Glaze "Re-fresh Mint")

Even though the photo below is much truer to color than the ones in the bottle, it's hard to capture how bright this color really is.

(photographed: OPI "Gargantuan Green Grape," 3 coats, outdoors)

  • Fun color for sunny days.
  • This color, aside from being fun, is different from all the other pastel mints out there. It is still a minty green, but much brighter, making it a great fit for summer.
  • Streaky formula.

Final Verdict: This is one of my current favorite polishes to wear on both my toes and my fingers. I have been a big fan of pastel mints the previous years, so having a brighter version of a mint color is fun. Streaky formula is always something I can look past if I love a color, which applies in this situation. No pun intended (:

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