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Blogdorf’s Cult Classics

By on March 17, 2008
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Have you all been following the Cult Classics series over on Blogdorf Goodman? If you haven’t, crawl out from the rock you’ve been living under and check it out. Every year Annie and her group of beauty gurus feature a beauty topic for 40 days and 40 nights. In years past the focus has been on Primers and Beauty Brands but this year Annie has really outdone herself by covering the Cult Classics of beauty.

I’m honored to report that the dear Miss A tapped yours truly to report on the infamous OPI Rainforest. And what better day would there be to feature it than St. Patrick’s Day. So hop on over and check out what I had to say about the green to top all greens.

40 Days and 40 Nights of Beauty Cult Classics – OPI Rainforest

image design: Melanie Parker

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  1. Anonymous says:


  2. Mazoo says:

    You’re right about the eBay scalpers! The price you pay for some colours! I’m in Australia, so I have a lot less luck searching beauty supply stores, so I have to resort to eBay. As far as my boyfriend knows, every polish I own cost me two dollars and was a bargain! He’d flip if he knew how much I really spend on my polish collection. Rainforest is indeed beautiful, but oh what I would give for a bottle of Essie Dominica Green………*drool*

  3. CincyFan says:

    Mazoo, you are so speaking my language. Dominica Green is droolworthy.

    You know there was an ebay seller in Australia seller Rainforest and a bunch of other rare OPI greens. And there was another Aussie that scored some green goodness as well. Don’t give up the hunt!

  4. Lucky says:

    does anyone have a problem with OPI polishes chipping? I just bought one from the India Collection with a topcoat, and it chipped within a few hours…?

  5. stubbynomore says:

    Yes. OPI is slacking BIG TIME on the formula…..Same thing happened to me with Black Cherry Chutney this weekend. I’m so pissed!!!!!!

  6. Lucky says:

    Yep, BCC was the color I used, too! I don’t want to jinx anything, but when I redid my nails using 3 coats instead of 2, and then 2 coats of Poshe, the color seems to hold better.