I am back with my reviews of a few more Orly nail polishes. The shades that I am reviewing today are Confetti, Choreographed Chaos and Passion Fruit. Read on to find out how these shades fared on me.
$8 for 0.6 fl oz/18 ml. I have mini-bottles purchased as a part of a set.
As one of the nail care industry’s renowned color houses, Orly has established a dynamic palette composed of subtle sheers, vivid cremes, dazzling shimmers, smooth glitters and hot neons. Each Orly shade is free of DBP, formaldehyde and toluene, and features the award-winning Gripper Cap.
My Experience with Orly Nail Lacquer in Confetti, Choreographed Chaos and Passion Fruit:
Packaging: The Orly lacquer comes in circular glass bottles which are pretty handy. It features an award-winning gripper cap. Orly claims that this cap is ergonomically designed so as to give the user a firm hold allowing for smooth and precise application. Honestly, I did not find too much of a difference in application due to this cap. So, it is not really a selling point for me.
Brush Applicator: The brush applicator is pretty decent and it picks up fairly good quantity of the polish. The application is easy too.
Drying Power: The nail polish dries pretty fast. Even 2 coats dry out fast and I surely did not have to wait for the nail polish to dry before I could get back to my work.
Staying Power: The staying power is really good and the polish easily stays on my nails for 4-5 days before it starts fading.
Now, for some detailed review of each of the colors:
Confetti is the lightest of light pink. So much that it almost appears white. It is definitely sheer and I need to apply 3 coats to get rid of any visible nail line. The finish is glossy. It is one of those shades which gives a very nice feminine, well-manicured look to your hands. Having said that, this is also a shade which make your hands look slightly darker than they are.
2. Choreographed Chaos:
Bold Barbie Bubblegum pink – that is what Choreographed Chaos is all about. I feel younger girls will enjoy wearing this shade. At least, I personally do not like this shade. Also, this is not exactly a unique shade and I am sure you will find dupes easily. The nail polish is decently pigmented, but you still do need 2 coats to achieve an even finish. The finish itself is a glossy crème.
3. Passion Fruit:
Aah, my eyes!! This shade is a super duper hot neon coral orange. It totally reminds me of those fluorescent highlighters lying around in my stationery. This is absolutely not my kind of shade and I use it only for some nail art designs. The finish is a glossy crème and you need 2 coats to even it out.
Pros of Orly Nail Lacquer in Confetti, Choreographed Chaos and Passion Fruit:
- Good staying power (4-5 days).
- Dries very fast.
- Nice variety of colors.
- Good consistency of polish, applies well.
Cons of Orly Nail Lacquer in Confetti, Choreographed Chaos and Passion Fruit:
- Most shades need two coats for an intense color payoff.
- The shades might not suit all skin tones.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Orly Nail Lacquer in Confetti, Choreographed Chaos and Passion Fruit?
Well, if you like the colors, you can surely try out these nail polishes. I already have a few more Orly nail polishes and will not repurchase the same exact shades.
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