I definitely couldn't get it to photograph correctly or maybe it just pulls more blue on my skin. The actual color is more green/teal with some micro glitter. It's pretty amazing. There are many dupes out there in the world including Orly Haley's Comet and OPI Catch Me In Your Net, but for the price (99¢ at Ulta), I say this one is the best.
Now for my review on Kiss Nail Polish Strips that I used in THIS post just like I promised.
I was extremely pleased with them; especially for the price. I found them at Dollar General for $3 and they had 10 to 12 different prints from leopard and butterflies to swirls and flowers. The application was a breeze. There was no tearing, no wrinkles, nothing. Just a smooth, easy application. I noticed they are a lot thicker than the Sally Hansen strips which I think helped. The only issue I found was, of course, longevity. I only had a tiny bit of tip wear but nothing really noticeable. They claim, just like every other brand, to last up to 10 days. Well mine only lasted 5 days which I wasn't so upset about since I was itching to take them off and paint my nails again. When it came time for removal, it was also a breeze. I didn't even need nail polish remover. I just picked up a side that had started to loosen and peeled it right off. It did leave a little sticky gunk on my nails, but a little water got that off as well.
Price: $...a great value
Variety: I thought there was a wide variety of designs and I noticed on the Kiss website, there are even more that I did not see in the store.
Application: super easy; no issues at all
Quality: great! I love how thick they are. The SH strips feel like tissue paper to me.
Wear: They were awesome. I didn't have any lifting or tearing and minimal tip wear after 5 days of showers, baths, dishes, lotions, etc.
Removal: extremely simple. I just peeled them off. No polish remover needed.
Would I Purchase Again: ABSOLUTELY!
I hope you guys enjoyed this lengthy post and thanks for reading!