Posted on Wednesday, at • bought • 99 views
The blue/gold duochrome polish trend continued well into 2011 and 2012 with China Glaze, Maybelline, and Sally Hansen each adding their versions. Boho Gold has a bit of colorshift, but it's not as strong as the original peridot. There's also just a bit more blue than green. The main color was a definite gold, not quite as much bronze tones as Peridot.
Like Pink Cosmo, this polish required several coats for full opacity. I lost some of the duochrome effect when I applied a top coat, but while Boho Gold is a fairly durable polish, it didn't hold up as long with no top coat. I got two days before I started seeing some dings. And, as with any smooth polish, touch-ups do tend to stand out from the original manicure.
I like this polish, and I got it on sale so it was an even better deal than its regular price; but if you already own some of the other Peridot-dupes, there's no need to be torn up over not having this one.
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