Today I made some sunny photos of a very sought after Catrice polish from a few years back. Sold Out Forever, supposedly a dupe for legendary Chanel Jade, with an appropriate name was first launched in spring 2010. Later Catrice came out with two different polishes of the same name but in different shades(?), you can read more about other versions here. Luckily, mine is the original version and I got it recently from Chester. This is probably not available anymore and thus HTF.
It came out looking slightly washed out in the pictures, the color is a bit more intense irl.
Here I have 2 coats, some nails could have used a third. I was pleasantly surprised at how easily this one applied, pastels are usually very bad and I had no problems at all. It self leveled and dried fast. The color is minty green with a good amount of blue and that famous hidden shimmer, it is not easy visible except in the sun, but a really nice touch to the color.
I have no clue whether it is really a dupe for Chanel, but I have something similar to compare it with - S-he 310.
At first I thought these two were exactly the same, but after putting them next to each other, Catrice is visibly more blue, shimmer is different, smaller and less prominent. I didn't really liked how S-he 310 looked on me, it was a bit too yellow, but Catrice looks really good with my skintone. Not the same but close. If you're in Europe this S-he polish is probably the closes shade you can get at the moment, but some other brands have dupes of Jade available too, Milani Dressmaker or Claire's Dream Catcher.
Hope you liked this and have a nice weekend everyone!