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OPI Paint my Moji-Toes Red

Today's manicure is a simple one thanks to a cold I'm battling. (achoo!) It's my favorite shade of red, one of the first OPI polishes my sister bought me, and one of the few polish bottles in my collection that shows noticeable use! Paint my Moji-Toes Red...

Paint my Moji-Toes Red by OPI
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OPI Paint my Moji-Toes Red
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Paint my Moji-Toes Red by OPI
Natural Light

OPI Paint my Moji-Toes Red
Natural Light

Paint my Moji-Toes* Red is from OPI's 2009 South Beach Collection, that year's spring/summer collection. It's very fitting, too. I definitely reach for this more in spring and summer than the other seasons. I've painted it on my hands and toes a LOT over the past 4 years. I've yet to add polish thinner to this bottle.

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats OPI Paint my Moji-Toes Red
1 Coat OPI Top Coat
1 Coat Essie Good to Go

So what makes Paint my Moji-Toes Red my FAVORITE red? Well, it's not an in-your-face red. It's a faded poppy red creme polish that goes really well with my skin tone. Did I mention that it's not like some other garish reds that just jump off your nails? Red polish can be intimidating... Paint my Moji-Toes Red melds that intimidating factor into my look seamlessly, instead of just scaring me away from the bottle.

What's your favorite red polish?

*In all honesty, this shade reminds me more of Toma-Toes than Moji-Toes... And now I'm hungry for a tomato sandwich. Yup. You read that correctly. Tomato, salt, pepper, mayo, and bread. YUM!


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