ROY-G-BIV Series: Orange!


Welcome to the next post in the ROY-G-BIV series! If you missed the first one, I am going through the colors of the rainbow and showing my polish favorites. This installment features my favorite orange shades!


First up is OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? – This is from the Brazil collection. It is a very soft, peachy orange shade. It looks lighter in person.

OPI A Roll in the Hague is a bright, vibrant true orange. This is from the Holland collection.

Zoya Sharon is a soft, pale orange. It is limited edition, but Zoya Arizona is a dupe.

Dior Abricot (also known as Apricot) is described as a “light, shimmering apricot”. This color is so unique, delicate and pretty. Love this shade!


Zoya Thandie is a very orange coral. The formula is great and this shade is very summery. It looks a little lighter in person.

Cos Bar Copper is a polish that my mom bought for me awhile back, and it is one of my favorite orange shades! This color is so fantastic. It’s metallic and really GLOWS on the nail!

China Glaze Riveting is from the Hunger Games collection, and it is seriously fire on the nails. It is a must-see in person. People who don’t like orange at all might even like this one; it is that pretty!

Finger Paints Circus Peanuts is a pale, pinky pastel orange. I love this because I think of my grandma (yep, the one who inspired this blog) every time I wear it. She loves circus peanuts!


MAC Sweet Pop, oh how I adore you. Probably my favorite of the bunch, right here. It’s a pale pastel orange; it looks lighter in person.

Maybelline Coral Glow is a limited edition color. I love this polish so much that I bought a backup of it last year. It truly does glow! If you like it, you can still find it on Amazon.

What are your favorite orange shades?


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