Look how pretty! Norma required three coats for opacity; I believe I used two. (mine usually end up on the thick side)
Pixie Dust is a blueish-grey base with some freakin' amazing shimmer that is not shy despite the creamy base.
Great dry time and no application issues. Actually, I wasn't even self-conscious about not doing clean-up for two days until I got around to doing pictures. That's how easily it applied.
Here's a quick shot in the shade:
Because it's hilarious, here is (word for word) Norma's impressions of Pixie Dust:
"Saw you're going to do a post about the Orly I got you so I figured I'd better give you these pics in case you want to include them! I really realllly loved this polish, which surprised me cause a) it's just grey. A pretty grey but I usually like flashy colours and b) usually when I get a lemming I've thirsted after forever I'm disappointed (glares at Sally Hansen Opulent Cloud). I loved the shimmer and was over the moon that it didn't turn into 'hidden shimmer' FUCK I hate hidden shimmer! The formula was okay, three coats. Not mind blowing but not the shit fest I worried it would be from the reviews I read. Can't wait to hear what you thought of her!"
I actually hadn't read any reviews and was still pleasantly surprised. *thumbs up*
So there you have it. Norma and Lizzy agree: Orly Pixie Dust is a winner of a polish; and if you're lucky the seller you get it from will still have the fairy charm intact and that I totally forgot to get a picture of.... *ahem*
Coming up next I will have Julep Aries for your viewing pleasure. Not as interesting as Aquarius, but not as confusing as Pisces. You'll see. ;) Hope everyone's had a fantastic week with an amazing weekend ahead. Y'all take care and I'll see you soon! (^_^)"/"