Above & Below: When photographed with a flash (above) or in brighter lighting, Scrangie shows off its many facets--a blue green glitter, a slight duo chrome, and a flash or glow of color that many other polishes seek to attain. Outside under cloudy skies (below) and in lower lighting, the glitter is more refined and the flash of color less evident, but it's no less beautiful.
Below: The duo chrome in this shade is more on the subtle side, but it's definitely there. In the bottle pictures below you can see the somewhat turquoise shade in the first photo, then it begins to show a more purple shade around the edges in the second photo. The third photo shows how it's shifted to a blue-based purple or violet shade.
Below: Even the side profile of the polish in the bottle is interesting to look at.
Below: A macro shot of Scrangie on the nail.
If I were to make a top ten list of my favorite shades, this would definitely be one of them, for several reasons. For starters, it's a gorgeous polish that encompasses a couple of elements I've always loved: a duo chrome effect, and a glowing flash of shimmer. Also, I love purple polishes almost as much as I love teals and turquoises, and this one combines them both. Lastly, as a blogger, collector of polish, and a polish lover for most of my life, all three of the "Blogger" polishes from RBL were a unique offering--both in color and in concept-- from a company who is known for the quality of their products, particularly their exceptional nail polish formula. So you see, I didn't need this polish, but I did have my own personal reasons for wanting it. I would have survived without it, because unlike food, water, and oxygen, we don't need polish to live and survive. But is does make me very happy when I wear it. Wait a minute...don't studies show that people who are happy usually live longer? Hmmm, maybe I did need this to survive after all!