A gorgeously formulated creme in a colour that is bold, but not too crazy, and can work for tons of seasons.
It occurred to me that maybe I should have posted this one yesterday since “Monday blues” has a good ring to it…ah but who cares, you can have the blues on Tuesday also!
I also love Brucci Black and Blue (I think that’s the name…) It’s a dark dark navy jelly. but it does border on turquoise or teal, so I’m not sure if it counts, haha. And it’s great because the formula wears like iron – once I wore it for 3 weeks straight before it chipped…and I’m typing a lot for my job! Variety Is the Spice of Life, But Old Spice’s TV Commercial Sprinkles the Same Old Flavour =-.
A runner up would have to be OPI Dating A Royal or any of its dupes, I LOVE a dark blue creme.
Snowcone is a cornflower blue, so while it does have a lot of lavender in it, it falls into the blue category in my book.
What can I say I am a sucker for all things this color, and this is my favorite one! is super close to China Glaze For Audrey, but this has a very subtle shimmer, which makes me like it more.
What I never understood about the Tiffany blue polishes is that in colour patent law, when a hue is patented it means that no other company or product that is in direct competition or field can use the same hue. I love Falling Star and would have been surprised if you’d left that out. CG Secret Peri-wink-le is pretty but maybe not outstanding. Yes, you’re right, at least I have desperately waited for your top 10 blues 🙂 You did a good job.