Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Nail of the day: Sir! Yes, Sir from Catrice

While getting some nail polish remover in my local pharmacy yesterday, I had a teeny glance at the Catrice nail varnish stand and as soon as I saw this polish, I knew I had to have it.  My sister is going to a wedding at the end of the month and is wearing a beautiful dark green dress and I thought this would look fab with it.   I've nothing like this in my collection and just thought it was gorgeous.  I would like to introduce you to Sir! Yes Sir! from Catrice.  It was €2.49 and an absolute bargain.

Sir!  Yes, Sir! is a beautiful creamy army green polish that glides on smoothly and evenly.  These photos are with two coats of the polish and one coat of Seche Vite.

I wore it to work today and couldn't stop admiring my handiwork while I typed away :)  It's totally a work-friendly polish so you won't be getting funny looks from people, just jealous ones!

I only have one other Catrice polish in my collection; Wrapped Around My Finger, so I think I need to add more!  Any recommendations?


  1. Sorry I don't have any recs as I've never tried these polishes, but the shade you have is gorgeous!

  2. Lovely colour.

    They do a really deep red called The Devil Wears Red which is amazing and I really like their grey polish, London's Weather Forecast I think it's called (it's something to do with London and the weather anyway, hehe).

  3. This looks a beautiful colour i love it xx

  4. Love that colour!
    I love all the Catrice nails varnishes except the pastel colours as they are of a differnt consistency...whihc is harder to use!!

  5. Thanks for all the lovely comments ladies, makes my day to read them :) I'm a nail polish junkie and love that nobody judges me hehee

  6. i didnt even know she DID nail polishes, but this is lovely! And so cheap! Also helps that you have great nails, must. stop. biting! x


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