L’Oreal Rainy Piccadilly

Nail of the Day ~ Rainy Piccadilly, L’Oreal

Do you see a trend here? I’ve become a little obsessed with these L’Oreal polishes. While I find most of the colors very unique, I did spot a close dupe from the new Revlon Colorstay line. Right off, I have to say that this color was hard to photograph. It really only showed true to color with a flash. This is such a pretty shade of blue. I’d call it a true teal blue cream. This polish was part of the British Invasion collection. Not sure if it’s limited edition.

One thing I must point out with this one though. It had a pretty bad scent with the first coat. I noticed it slightly with the second but it did go away {thankfully}. It was sort of a chemical smell that I have not noticed with any of the other L’Oreal polishes. *UPDATE – Since writing this post {before publishing} I’ve painted my nails a second time with this polish {yes, I like it that much}. I didn’t notice the scent as much the second time around.



  1. Jayme and Mendi
    September 18, 2012 / 6:51 pm

    This is such a gorgeous color! I don't think I have anything like this and I have a lot of polishes!! :-)Jayme @ Her Late Night Cravings

    September 19, 2012 / 3:20 am

    Great color for fall and winter! I haven't purchased any of these Revlon polishes (yet). I always admire the displays of them at the drugstore though. Have a great week Crystal! Stacie xo

  3. Anne S.
    September 19, 2012 / 2:44 pm

    Looks like a beautiful color! I have to grab that one. Since following your blog I have become more adventurous and trying new colors I normally would have been afraid to wear. Thanks Crystal! Enjoy the fall!

    • Crystal @MissCrystalMakeup
      September 19, 2012 / 4:10 pm

      Thanks for following and glad I could help! :)xo

  4. ToadToedPrincess
    September 21, 2012 / 8:01 pm

    Oh, I want that polish! It would be nice to find that color in a fast dry formulation. I'm off to score a bottle.

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