Above & Below: The photos above were all taken in partial shade, which is where Edyta's duo chrome properties perform the best. The photo below is shown in full sunlight.
Below: This photo was taken indoors with a flash.
Below: When I first saw Edyta in the bottle, thoughts of similarities with OPI by Sephora's Absinthe Makes the Heart came to mind. Are they the same? Not at all. Absinthe Makes the Heart is more grey based and has aqua and copper glitter. The finish and glitter types are different as well. Similar, slightly. Dupes? No. You can view my post on Absinthe Makes the Heart here to get a better look.
Below: I am not only mesmerized by the way Edyta looks on the nail, but also in the bottle...
...so much so, that here's another look!
Below: A macro shot of Edyta's finish on the nail.
Below: We're going off-topic here! While I was photographing Edyta, my female Shepherd was going crazy, and this is why. The poor little baby bunny was somehow trapped in the backyard, and thank God, Greta didn't get a hold of him. I put her in the house right away and tried to corral bunny into a corner and he squeezed out by the tomatoes.
Below: The tomatoes are coming along nicely, but if he sneaks back in and eats them, I'll be very upset. I'm really looking forward to freash tomatoes, but I'm afraid bunny might be too!
I just received the Zoya Wicked and Wonderful sets tonight, and was planning on starting the swatch-fest tomorrow. They all look gorgeous and evoke thoughts of boots, sweaters, rich leathers, the air scented with burning leaves...here it is July, and these polishes have me dreaming of Autumn. After pulling Edyta out and looking at it, I couldn't wait to see what this one looked like. I'll be working on getting the others posted over the next couple of days. What do you think of this one? Are you longing for Fall yet?
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