Disclosure: Some products in this post were provided by the manufacturer, their PR firm, or retailer for my review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.
Up until a few days ago, my collection of Orly polish totaled an impressive one bottle. But that’s changed with the addition of the four polishes in the 2012 Electronica Collection. As a matter of fact, these polishes were my very FIRST delivery to the new house! Very exciting.
Orly describes this back-to-school collection as “technocolor…inspired by nature and machine.” There’s something for everyone here and it will easily take you from summer to fall to winter. Today’s mani uses the line’s dusty pink/burgundy multi-chrome called Synchro. I used a black striper in an attempt to elongate my poor, short nails! It’s a cool effect because it almost looks like I used different pinks between the black stripes.
I love love love Orly’s supergrip lids. Very comfortable and easy to open. I’m also a fan of their thinner brushes. This polish applied thinly and smoothly. Orly polishes are also larger than average (18ml versus 15ml)…so a great buy.
Stay tuned for manis using the three other polishes in the collection: Preamp (a shimmery pink), Shockwave (a royal blue creme) and Decoded (a gray creme…I’m a sucker for gray!).
You can purchase polish from the Orly Electronica Collection at Beauty Stop Online for only $6.50!
Disclosure: Some poducts in this post were provided by the manufacturer, their PR firm, or retailer for my review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.