Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Twinsie Tuesday: Something Borrowed


Happy Tuesday, ladies.

For today's post, we must swatch something borrowed.  That was actually fairly hard for me since I own so much nail polish, I haven't borrowed a bottle in years.  However, I remembered that a few months back my mother fell for OPI Eurso Euro from this spring's Euro Centrale collection.  I suggested I "hold" it for her, keeping it safe with all my other OPIs, ready for whenever she wanted it.  

I think she forgot.

And now it's mine.  Ahem, I mean, it's borrowed.  This OPI is borrowed.  Totally borrowed.  No shameless and petty maternal larceny going on here. 



Eurso Euro is a medium navy creme that leans slightly indigo.  My pictures (and to be honest, now that I "borrowed" this I can say, most blog pictures) make this look a shade or two lighter than it actually is.  Regardless, this is a really modern shade that seamlessly goes from fall to winter (and I guess spring?  Still find it odd this was in the spring collection) and serves as a chic neutral for the colder months' palette.

For other borrowed polish, check out my Twinsies' blogs by clicking their links below.



Amanda at Amandalandish
Chelsea at Nailed Blog
Cordia at Seriously Swatched
Elizabeth at Did My Nails
Kelly at Tuxarina
Lakeisha at Refined and Polished
Marisa at Polish Obsession
Meredith at Polish and Charms
Rachel at Top Coat It
Róisín at Cuti-CLUE-les
Traci at DrinkCitra




    

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18 comments :

  1. This is a lovely blue! It actually does look a little darker on the nail, even, than in the bottle, but I like it. This collection didn't floor me when it came out, but more and more, it's starting to pull me in.


    Also, excellent borrowing skills! ^_^

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  2. Yeh this is a weird choice for spring in fairness but that whole collection didn't scream spring for me anyway. Probably for the best though, I really dislike the fact that companies have started to bring out pastel shades and market them as being a spring collection. They bore the life out of me!

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  3. I'm actually wearing this today :) Beautiful swatches.

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  4. Thankfully my mother doesn't read my blog so she'll remain unaware of my skilled borrowing.

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  5. I was initially going to fight you on this one, but I have to say the more I thought about it, the more I agree. Don't get me wrong, I love pastels, but they're are just so tried and true and even the most beautiful baby blue or lilac creme is just so overdone. I think we need our spring palettes to be more inventive, if nothing else just the finishes. That's why I really loved the Petal Impressions Spring Collection from Avon which I swatched back in May (?), it gave a mini makeover to the standard pastels we always see year in and year out.

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  6. Very gorgeous, and I love the indigo lean it has :)

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  7. Sooooo nice of you to keep this safe for her! You're the best daughter ;-)

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  8. It's a simple yet pretty touch.

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  9. I know, right? I should win a medal or something.

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  10. Lol!! I love that you're "holding" it for your mom. Looks great on you.

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  11. lol what a lovely "borrowed" polish! :D

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  12. I think that's very nice of me! lol.

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  13. This is gorgeous! I "borrow" polish from my mom a lot too... and then she forgets about it. =P

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  14. I've always admired this color. And it's always fun when you are "keeping a polish safe" for someone - I do it all the time for my Mom :)

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  15. Aren't we daughters just the bestest?

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