Promises In The Dark – by Nicole by OPI {+Giveaway}

Oh have I
got a sweet treat for you today!

I’m sharing
with you my swatches and review of the “Promises In The Dark” polish from
Nicole by OPI.

If you’ve
been keeping up with posts here on the blog, you know that I have a phenomenal giveaway
going on right now.  DOVE and Nicole by
OPI are currently hosting the
Discover Your Dark Side in the New Year” sweepstakes on their Facebook page
(through 2/5), and offered to sponsor a giveaway here
on The Sparkle Queen
for my readers. How could I say no? Chocolate and nail
polish…..yes please!

So that means there
are TWO contests going on, one on the
Discover Your Dark Side in the New Year” sweepstakes Facebook, page, and the
other is RIGHT HERE.

The VERY lucky reader is going to be receiving: 

  • a bag of the NEW DOVE Promises Silky Smooth Sea Salt Caramel Dark Chocolate
  • a bag of DOVE Promises Silky Smooth Dark Chocolate 
  • and TWO bottles of nail polish from Nicole by OPI, made exclusively for this sweepstakes. The polishes are “Promises In The Dark” and “Better After Dark”.

Let’s look at “Promises
In The Dark” today.

I LOVED this color
as soon as I saw it. There was no doubt in my mind how chocolate could has
possibly inspired it. It is a beautiful rich dark brown.

The formula was a
little heavy, but went on very smoothly. Two coats is the perfect amount of
application for this polish.

I think the only
thing that could make this polish any better would be if it SMELLED like
chocolate. Now THAT would be something wouldn’t it?

I’ve already got a
few ideas in mind as to what I want to do with this polish nail art wise….but
how to choose! Stay tuned, I’ll be sharing the other polish up for wins, “Better
After Dark” soon!

Don’t forget to
enter both contests daily for optimal chances to win!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What do you think
of this dark brown? Would you give it a try if you had it?

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    1. Isn't it? I was pleasantly surprised! Once I started painting I fell in love. Normally I go for bright and bold, but I could see myself making exceptions for this in the future. Thanks for checking it out 🙂

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