The obvious answer is: I bought it all. But that's not really true. I only bought eleven bottles.
Just yesterday I was claiming that I didn't own that much green nail polish. Apparently I'm in an advanced state of denial. Because this is my stash.
OK, it's not 50. But it's eleven. Yes, you may mock--I'll wait.
But while I sink gently into my shame spiral, be pleased to examine my helpful captioning. I broke things into categories. Polishes that are no longer available anywhere aren't linked. They were limited edition and have been pulled from stores. Limited edition polishes available at third-party sellers are linked in italics.
My first point is that once more, I see a bright future in sales of my
My second point is this: why in the hell can't I get a bottle of truly GREEN green nail polish? The polishes listed above might as well be named Too Minty, Too Olive, Too Dark, and Too Frosty. The only bottle in a true emerald green, suitable for St. Paddy's Day, begorra, is Fresh Frog of Bel Air. And it's only emerald green because it's glitter. Glitter doesn't count, she said as she stamped her foot in frustration.
Basically, if you want green nail polish, you're stuck with Revlon mint greens. And I've spotted some very teal-green polishes at Sally Hansen. What's up with that? Has Kelly Green been found to be carcinogenic, like Red Dye Number 2?
If only I could time travel, I'd ask Sally Bowles where she got hers.
Then I'd pick up a few bags of M&Ms and enjoy the hell out of the red ones.