The problem with being a HUGE beauty junkie is that you accumulate so many products
and that doesn't tend to differ even when you are on fact I'd say being in a foreign place
with brands that I don't have instant access to only spurs me on...oops!

Anyway today I'm going to share a polish from the brand Catrice which is apparently pretty easy to get hold of in most European regions aside from the UK - sods law as it is a really great brand which is priced very reasonably too. The polishes from Catrice are well packaged and have a great sized brush.

Genius in a Bottle is apparently a really good dupe for the infamous Chanel Peridot nail shade,
truthfully I never paid much attention to the aforementioned shade so you will have to be to be the judge
of that! However Genius in a Bottle is another one of those petrol on water effect type polishes that seem to be infiltrating the cosmetic market at a rapid pace.

Genius in a Bottle mainly reflects a bright metallic sage green on my nails but in some lights it can appear
more golden, copper or even blue/lilac in sunlight however generally speaking it is underwhelming
and quite an ugly shade that is quite ageing in my opinion.
Shade aside the formula is pretty impressive, gaining full opaque coverage in two coats and drying to a high sheen finish really quickly!

As mentioned Catrice is not readily available in the UK but you can check out their website
for more information - link

Nail Polish Disclaimer - I no longer comment on the wear time as we all apply polishes differently (top/base coats etc) and as I change my polish almost daily sometimes several times a day due to swatching purposes I do not feel that I can fairly comment on wear time.