Birthday Polish: Bourjois Vert Chlorophylle

I don’t know what it is about me and green polishes, but I have found myself really attracted to them. When I saw some swatches of Bourjois Vert Chlorophylle online, I instantly wanted it. I was beyond psyched when I got this beauty for my birthday from one of my lovely French polish enablers: Sabrina from Polish In Paris. She has single-handedly created a Kiko monster out of me with all the lovely polishes she has sent me that are not available in the US. It’s a double edged sword, I tell you! Bourjois is yet another brand that is not easy to come by here in the States so this makes this polish EXTRA special.

Bourjois Vert Chlorophylle Swatch          Bourjois Vert Chlorophylle Swatch

This is 2 buttery coats of Vert Chlorophylle WITHOUT a top coat. Look how amazingly shiny this polish is. I guess their Ultra Shine line really is that shiny.

I was feeling a little dot-happy so this happened:

Bourjois Vert Chlorophylle with dot design          Bourjois Vert Chlorophylle with dot design

I don’t know about you, but dotting tools have recently opened up the crazy world of nail art for me. I’ve had dotting tools for a while but I guess I never really used them except for, uhm…dots. Let me tell you, they are not just for dots! These dots remind me of a conversation I had with my friend who is a jr. high school teacher because she was telling me how she has to have like 30 sets of eyes going all over the place to keep her kids in line. We started doing crazy googly eyes with our fingers and we laughed because we got to talking about what horrible kids we were in jr. high. Because of this, she can anticipate everything those kids are even thinking of throwing at her.

So what do you think about this polish? Do you like using dotting tools? Thanks again to Sabrina for sending me such a lovely polish!

10 thoughts on “Birthday Polish: Bourjois Vert Chlorophylle

  1. These are so great!! I love them!! Are these bottles the same as Essence bottles? They look similar in this picture. I love the matching colored lids. And let me second your friend- in a classroom of kids you need like 60 eyes!! Haha. Little kids, big kids, you just never know what they’re gonna do!
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    1. They kind of do have that flared bottle thing in common but they’re not exactly the same. I second loving the matching colored lids because it makes it so easy to find the polish you want when they are in a melmer–otherwise it can be a real pain in the butt. I was such a little turd when I was in jr. high..but only during 7th-8th grade. I am sure that teachers feared me: yes, I was that bad. I think the fact that I am somewhat intelligent made it even worse. lol One of my favorite teachers ever, made me sit in a desk facing the whole class for a few months so that everyone could look at me and I wouldn’t be able to goof around with my friends. He called it the “bozo seat.” Can you imagine what would happen if a teacher did that now? They’d probably get in trouble. But anyway, he was really hard on me and made me want to be a good student.

    I love this polish. I am all over these types of colors. I feel like I have too many, yet still feel like this one would be unique enough to justify. 😉
    I like the dots, too! I am able to handle polka dot nail art. I feel like I do a better job with toothpicks than I do with actual dotting tools, though!

    1. I used to think the same way until I bought a set of dotting tools and played around with them. I love using them now. I still use toothpicks to place rhinestones or loose glitter.

      I need to really look at all the green polishes I have because this one seems quite unique in my stash. I love it!

  3. I’m glad you like it!!!!!
    I think it’s super pretty on you 🙂 I have to buy one for myself now xD
    I don’t have dotting tools yet, but I’ll buy some soon because we can do so many nail arts with them!
    Kiko monster rawwwwr 😀 You have to look at their Christmas collection… 😉
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