On to my current NOTD. One of my all-time favorite polishes is OPI DS Extravagance, so when I first spotted Orly Miss Conduct from their 2012 Naughty or Nice Holiday collection, I was intrigued. Orly has long since been one of my favorite brands; in my opinion they have some of the best creme polishes.
Orly Miss Conduct is an absolutely beautiful magenta-raspberry based scattered holographic polish. This was one of those manicures I couldn't stop staring at throughout the day. And when in the sun, OMG! Drop-dead gorgeous! The application was almost a one-coater, but as I always do, I applied two coats. The formula was smooth and generated no flooding of the cuticles. These pictures are with a top coat. Using my regular polish application process, I experienced no chipping, or peeling.
I would love to see Orly release an entire collection of jewel-toned polishes with this finish. Could you imagine an Amethyst Purple, a Sapphire Blue, Emerald Green, or Citrine Gold, each with this holographic finish, OMG! That would be a must for my collection. Well I can only hope.
As I mentioned earlier, this polish reminded me of one of my all-time favorites, so of course I needed to do a side-be-side comparison. OPI DS Extravagance is darker and the holo is not as strong as Orly Miss Conduct. But both are still great additions to any collection.
OPI Extravagance can still be found in some retail locations. But since Orly Miss Conduct was part of their holiday collection, it is probably not still sold in stores. But I have seen it on some of the online retailer's websites.
Every so often I come across a polish, that I really regret having to remove, Orly Miss Conduct is one of those polishes. If you can find it, I would strongly suggest you grab it up quickly.
What are some of those polishes that you love and hate having to remove?
Grace, Peace, & Blessings.
* FTC: These products were bought with my own monies. These are my honest opinions. I am not employed by nor was I paid by and of these companies. This is not a sponsored post.