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OPI Lucerne-tainly look Marvelous vs. OPI How’s it Snowin’? vs. Orly Stone Cold


 

 

Today I want to show you  how I cannot say goodbye to some of my nail polishes. I have a lot of those stone grey polishes, and I love them a lot, but I don’t wear them a lot, especially not in the summer. So I thought to myself that I could get rid of one or the other grey.

I started of by comparing OPI Lucerne-tainly look Marvelous (one of my first OPIs! Yeah, I know!) to OPI How’s it Snowin’? Lucerne-tainly look Marvelous is on my pointer and middle finger, How’s it Snowin’? is on my pinkie and ring finger. I used two coats of each.

The two polishes certainly don’t look alike, as How’s it Snowin’? is much more rough, as it has glitters in a grey base, while Lucerne-tainly look Marvelous is a charcoal grey metallic.

So what I decided on is that I would keep them both. Next I tried to compare OPI Lucerne-tainly look Marvelous to Orly Sea Gurl. I realized that Orly Sea Gurl is a grey leaning towards brown as in Lucerne-tainly look Marvelous is a charcoal grey. Also, Sea Gurl looks smoother. Hence, I had to keep Sea Gurl as well, because obviously, they are totally different.

 

Are you think I’m crazy or do you see what I mean?

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3 thoughts on “OPI Lucerne-tainly look Marvelous vs. OPI How’s it Snowin’? vs. Orly Stone Cold

  1. You’re not crazy. I have so many similar polishes, mostly because I know what I like and I’m drawn to similar shades all the time. And I get rid of polishes only if I don’t like them or they don’t fit me, not because I don’t need them. I need all of them :D

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