Below: Myrza's Meadow is a 'light lime green with silver glitter'. This is a very pale version of lime green, which makes it all the more appealing to me. This is shown using 2 coats also. The first photo is with a flash, while the second photo is Ott lighting.
Below: A Bouquet for Ava, described as 'a cool Caribbean blue', is darker and more teal than I could capture with a photo. I took way too many photos and braved the frozen tundra (which is the photo below this one), all to no avail. The shade you see in the 'too dark' photo under this one, is actually much closed to reality. I used 2 coats and honestly, I could've gotten away with just one. All of these had a very nice application.
Barielle's Spring 2010 Wildflower collection (set to launch in February on their web site) includes 6 trendy shades, including 3 that are currently available exclusively on the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund's web site. Not only are the shades beautiful and unique, but 100% of all proceeds from these 3 go directly to the OCRF to further their research efforts in finding a cure for this silent killer. You can view the polishes here on their website, and then call the number listed to place your order. There is no charge (Free!) for the shipping. All Lacquered Up did a very nice write-up of this collection, including the meaning behind the polishes in this collection. If you aren't familiar with the naming of these shades, I would encourage you to read her post here.
There are many, many good causes in the world and we all have our favorites. I think I can safely say, that cancer and cancer research touches each and every one of us, unfortunately. If you have never had cancer touch your life, either directly or indirectly, consider yourself very lucky. I commend Barielle for bringing more awareness to Ovarian cancer and cancer in general, and for their generosity to the OCRF.
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