Decoded nail polish is part of the Orly Electronica collection. It's probably the most muted of the four shades and its hard to pin down 'is it is grey, is it navy, is it green?' colour is what instantly appealed to me. On the nail wheel, I think it looks more green whereas on my nails, I would say it looks more grey-blue. However you would describe the colour, I really like how it looks and it makes a nice change from my usual griege or gruple.
The first coat went on a little sheer and streaky, so this is definitely a two coat polish. It has a creme finish and as you can see in my nail pictures above, it doesn't cover up an uneven nail surface like more a glossy polish might do. Using a top coat would probably correct this however, I don't think it's that obvious other than in close up photos. Wear time was good on my left hand, average on my right. I will add the usual disclaimer that my nails are rubbish and I can chip nail polish in my sleep!
The Orly Electronica collection is available from BeautyBay where the nail polishes cost £7.50 each, they also have the mini mani set which contains all four colours for £12.75.
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