I wanted to do a quick post about OPI's highly sought out shade, Damone Roberts 1968. To be honest I didn't know about this shade until I saw a few posts from some of the nail blogs I follow. From what I gather, this shade was from a limited edition collection by Damone Roberts, of eyebrow shaping fame. He created his own signature shade that mirrors the green color of the walls in his salons.
The color is absolutely gorgeous! At first I want to call it mint green, but it is unlike any of the other mints I own. It is darker, greener, but still soft and pastel. I think the best way to describe it is pistachio green.
This is a true creme formula, no shimmer at all. The formula is slightly streaky due to the pastel nature of the color, but I actually got away with only two coats. The pigmentation was great and formula was thin. Sometimes with pastels they try to amp up the pigmentation which results in a goopy formula. Not the case here!
Of course, this is limited edition again. It was first released back in 2009, then re-released in 2010 and now its coming back for the last time this summer. I picked up my bottle during the pre-sale but the regular sale begins this Friday, June 20th, on his website and in his salons.
Bottom line, if you love green nail polish and don't mind the inflated price tag (regular OPI polish is $9, this is $20) this is the creme de la creme! Check out this fan favorite before its gone! http://store.damoneroberts.com/