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Tuesday, August 25th, 2009

Limited Edition: Damone Roberts 1968

Damone Roberts 1968 nail polish

Limited Edition Damone Roberts 1968

Happy Tuesday! How was everyone's weekend? Besides by the fact it flew by, it was great! Today I have a delicious mint dessert to show you guys and it's all thanks to my favorite nail blogger, Michelle for enabling this lemming.

Damone Roberts, known as the Eyebrow Queen, teams up with OPI to create this gorgeous, green shade inspired by the walls of Damone Roberts' studio. "It's not your typical mint green. It has a little touch of gray in it and a little touch brown," says Roberts.

Damone Roberts 1968 is a pastel mint green creme that applied beautifully in two coats. This past weekend, I've sported this dreamy color and couldn't stop starring at my nails. It's perfect shade of mint green that pops!

You didn't think I would leave you without comparisons?!

Mint Green Nail Polish Comparisons

It might be hard distinguishing the differences of these mint greens, but my camera did one heck of a job trying! If you look back from the computer screen, you may notice a deeper green in Damone Roberts compared to the other two.

Don't miss out on this limited edition nail color guys and gals, you'll love it. It's simple to order. Just call the NY salon at 212.764.4755 or the Beverly Hills location at 310.271.2100.  The retail cost is $9.00 plus $3.95 for shipping.

What do y'all think? I wanna hear from my mint green lovers! Have a great night!

(4) Comments

Virginia said on Aug 25th, 2009 11:56 pm
I love it but I'm still hoping that it will be sold on Amazon. Fingers crossed!

Samantha said on Aug 26th, 2009 8:03 am
Wow! Love that color! I'm hoping I can get it--sounds like a mint I want for myself.

rmcandlelight said on Aug 26th, 2009 2:15 pm
Very pretty...can you do swatch comparisons to OPI hey get in lime and Mac peppermint patti?

Steph said on Aug 26th, 2009 4:04 pm
Hi Virginia,
Crosses fingers for you!! :) I've heard it was going too, but haven't seen it yet.

Hi Samantha,
You'll love it! It's Gorgeous!

Hi rmcandlelight,
Of Course! It was on my agenda today and you beat me to the punch! Here it is! :)

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