7 Days of Green | Day 7 – Green Ocean by Sinful Colors

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Hi guys! I’m so excited to be taking part of this blog prompt that I am doing with some amazing ladies featuring 7 days of green! Some of us are doing nail art looks in preparation for St. Patrick’s Day and I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to share 7 of my most favorite green polishes of all time. These are in no particular order, and we are finishing them up today with day 7!

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1 coat of Green Ocean over Zoya’s Willa plus topcoat under artificial lighting

My last pick on this list may not technically be a green polish but I’m totally counting it! This one was a bit hard to find but I believe they are making their way back to the shelves at Walgreens, Walmarts, etc. but if you have major immediate needs it is also available on Amazon. Green Ocean may never get completely opaque on it’s own but as a topper it is so unique! It is a soft green jelly based polish with a ton of iridescent glitters and blue to green shifting flakes. I’ve paired it here with Zoya’s Willa but it’s going to look amazing over any darker shade. You will want a good topcoat to help smooth the flakies out.

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Green Ocean + Willa at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Green Ocean + Willa macro under artificial lighting.

So that rounds out my top 7 favorite green polishes of all time (so far) thank you so much for reading along and have a safe and happy St. Patrick’s Day! Follow the blue link below to check out what some of my favorite bloggers are sharing today!

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