piCture pOlish: Monroe

“A classic Hollywood icon”… Monroepicture polish monroe1This stunning deep red jelly base with scattered holographic shimmer is called Monroe. What a fabulous name don’t you think? This was love at first sight. Three of my favorite things in one bottle, red, jelly and holo. The formula is perfect. Drying time is, like every jelly, average. I used two easy coats of Monroe plus top coat (Seche Vite). picture polish monroe

I have a few polishes in my stash from the same (scattered/glitter holo) family as Monroe, so I did a little comparison to see if there are similarities. Let’s take a look:comparisonNo dupes here! Monroe has the most similarities with OPI’s Extravagance. They both have a very fine holographic shimmer. Color wise: Monroe is a deep blood red while Extravagance is more a rich purple. Zoya’s Blaze is way brighter than Monroe. And Zoya’s Aurora has more holographic glitter instead of fine shimmer.

What do you think of Monroe?

Head over to the piCture pOlish network list to check where you can find them! You can find piCture pOlish on Facebook and Twitter too 😉

For my girls here in The Netherlands: piCture pOlishes and Ozotic polishes are available through Petra’s webshop: Pretty Polish! Can’t find the one(s) you’re looking for? Petra is always willing to kindly answer your question(s) through the contact form. And of course you can find Pretty Polish on Twitter and Facebook too!

*product was generously provided to me by piCture pOlish for my unbiased review

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16 thoughts on “piCture pOlish: Monroe

  1. i’m not really into reds on my nails but this one is super pretty 🙂 Love the website from Petra too. Pretty Polish is awesome!

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