Ladies (and gentleman) - may I introduce to you - Divinity! This is the first time I got a second back-up bottle of a polish. I actually sold one of my children to get the money. I picked the little one and he's a screamer so it just about covered polish and shipping!
Anyway, this is a duochrome. It has a flat brush (they can be a smidge wonky) just about the size of OPIs and the bottle looks the same. I think I would have gotten away with two coats, but I was a bit riled after the first one which tended to drag and bunch a bit, so I did three just to make sure. When I finished, I just took my new love for a walk. We basked in the sun, we looked deeply into each other's eyes and *I blush* we almost made out in public.
The colors range from red, gold, forest green to purple and I don't know what else. It's just the most beautiful thing I've ever seen.
The novel is 1500 pages, and I usually favor books that are succinct and to the point. This one is an exception. You do need to read it. All of the pages. It's about a couple of families in India and after you've read this novel you will know everything you can know about India without going there. Do you need to know about India, you wonder? Yes. You do.