Radiant Orchid nail polishes, part 5 (The Brights)

Good morning everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend so far. :) I was feeling like I needed a bit of a pick-me-up last night, so I had a hot bath. Man, there’s nothing better feeling than a hot shower or bath, you know?

Switching gears to other things that make me feel good: nail polish! Today’s Radiant Orchid polishes are at the bright part of the spectrum: they don’t really fit into any other category. If you’ve missed them, here is part one, two, three, and four. Here is the color swatch from Pantone, and the color pyramid from Sephora, that I’m using to go by:

Radiant Orchid Radiant Orchid pyramid

We start off with essie madison ave-hue:
essie madison ave-hue

Orly Frolic:
Orly Frolic

LA Splash Blowfish Fushia:
LA Splash Blowfish Fushia

butter LONDON Disco Biscuit:
butter LONDON Disco Biscuit

Sally Hansen Twisted Pink:
Sally Hansen Twisted Pink

L’Oreal Check Me Out:
L'Oreal Check Me Out

What do you think about this color set? Orly Frolic has to be my favorite one – it’s just this great, bright, purple/pink color. I also like L’Oreal Check Me Out – that purple shimmer is so nice! Don’t forget that if you’d like to see comparisons of any polishes, to let me know in the comments. :) The next set is the berry colors.

Tomorrow is the last day of the Xmas mani challenge, can you believe it? I’m still deciding on what I’m going to do – it’s freestyle tomorrow. Any suggestions? Later today I’ll have the last Advent manicure, so until then,

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8 thoughts on “Radiant Orchid nail polishes, part 5 (The Brights)

  1. I like the Orly one best, the others are pretty, but I’m not that fond of any VNL even if they have pretty shimmers. Also more loving the purple tones than pinks in this series.

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