Thursday, August 6, 2015

OPI Gargantuan Green Grape

So recently I was looking for my bottle of OPI Can't Find My Czhecbook and I was just pulling out blue polishes from the drawer. After locating the bottle I was looking for, I was suprised to find OPI Gargantuan Green Grape had been pulled. It is not a blue polish but it looks like one now. I think my bottle changed color over time which makes me a little sad. There was no settling and it still applies great, it just isn't green. If you want to see it in the correct color check Cynthia's post here

Instead of a lovely light green my bottle is now a light cotton candy blue. I quite like this new color, but I'll have to get a second bottle of the correct color...you know, because I'm crazy. This is three thin coats for opacity, I had no problems with application. 




Has your polish ever changed color? Did you chuck it or keep it?

Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
*self purchased
OPI 

4 comments:

  1. Was yours green to begin with? I've heard that there are a few versions and one of them is blue like yours. Weird. It's a nice color, nonetheless.

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    1. It was. I remember being excited because I'd wanted that pale green for a while.

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  2. I've got 2 bottles that I picked up a few years apart and one is decidedly blue and it always has been and I always thought that the name "green grape" was ill fitting for the polish. I saw the same blue version as I have at HEB last week. Then I was at Sally's Beauty Supply yesterday and lo and behold! There sat a green bottle of Gargantuan Green Grape and it looks the color of green table grapes. So I brought it home. Now I get the color name but I'm totally confused why 2 different polishes and they aren't even close in color. Not even. The blue one is really pretty though but it certainly isn't green and it doesn't even lean green. Confusing but it is what it is.

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    1. That's so weird. I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one with this weird problem though.

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