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Friday, September 5, 2014

OPI Damone Roberts 1968 Swatch & Review

I have wanted this nail polish for a loooong time. It was one of my biggest lemmings up until recently. Limited edition OPI Damone Roberts 1968 had even been repromoted a few times but I had missed every launch. I heard during a session of #NailGlossip that it was coming back once again, but before it was released, a good friend and fellow nail polish blogger offered to send me one of her extra bottles of it. Of course I said yes! Thanks again, girl!

Damone Roberts 1968 is a collaboration shade OPI created with salon owner and entrepreneur Damone Roberts back in 2009. According to his website, the color was matched to his salon walls described as "a different green with undertones of a soft grey, and a warm brown that works well on every skin tone". The formula is overall pretty good, it was a bit streaky on some nails. This is two coats of mint pistachio heaven! I am seriously in love.

It is on the pricey side, being $20 instead of OPI's usual $9.50, but it's worth it in my opinion. I might even buy a back up bottle because I love it so much! You can purchase this directly on the Damone Roberts website, but hurry because supplies might not last much longer, it has sold out three times before. I hope you enjoyed this and we'll see ya next time!

❤ Kellie
The product mentioned was received as a gift.
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