So much for wanting to go darker, here I am still engrossed in the family of pastel shades.
I can't seem to wrap my head around why this shade is called Agent Lavender when it's more of a baby blue-ish shade. Even if they were making references to the plant, Lavender, it should be called Dried Lavender instead since the shade resembles a dried lavender more then a fresh one.
I am pretty sure you all have an idea of what color a fresh lavender is - brighter and stronger purple tones - so here's a dried one for comparison:
I suppose with that I do see the reference to the name Lavender, or I could just be reading too much into it. It seems names, colors and products don't always have to match or make sense, yes?
This polish had a pretty decent opacity, much like most of the China Glaze polishes from the Up & Away collection I had swatched. It wasn't streaky for me and required only 2 coats for a good opaque finish.
Just for kicks, while I was out and about, I took out my ELF compact mirror and while using it realized that it is such a close color to the nail polish shade!
Rather similar at least.
Which left me wondering, this color is a rather unique shade. I don't think I have ever came across a dupe for this - at least not in my nail polish ventures. But of course, I'm still a newbie in the world of polish, so the question is:
Have you managed to come across a dupe for this nail polish shade? If so, do list it below!
Thanks for reading (: