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(212) - Sephora: Olive Green with Copper Flakes and Holo Glitter? Yes Please

As a part of my trip to Buffalo I finally found a Sephora with a (212) - Sephora in stock!  I'm so glad I picked it up as I haven't seen anything like this one before.  Dark olive green, copper flakes and holo glitter sound like a lot but it looks great on.  Dark with a gleam of copper, so good.  Application was good as well, full coverage in two coats but I preferred to add a third just to cover off any bald spots. 

Very unique, I like!



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  1. Very pretty! The copper looks great with the green. :)

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    1. Sorry I didn't reply sooner! I told you I wouldn't forget you. And thanks for the comment :D

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  2. This is such a beautiful polish. I picked it up for my sister, but I may have to get one for myself eventually too :D!!

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  3. @Ashesela DO IT, it's such a unique polish and wears really well

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