Anyway, today's blue is Nina Ultra Pro Out of the Blue...
I originally purchased this one several years ago because I read it was a dupe to Chanel's Blue Satin. I had fallen in love with Blue Satin, but I refused to purchase it at $23. That was back in the day when spending more than $10 on a polish was a completely foreign concept to me. So, I had read that there were a few dupes of Blue Satin floating around and Out of the Blue was one of them. I must say, in pictures, it looks quite similar, but that's said without doing a direct comparison.
I had worn this one a few years ago, but today when I put it on, it was much darker and murkier than I remember. Unless you are in bright light, the shimmer is completely lost in the deep navy base. This is why I added the gold and silver chains (using ChG Passion and Misa Got to Be Real, respectively, with the chains stamp from Bundle Monster plate BM12) and the little rhinestones. I was trying to do anything I could to liven this up. It's still a pretty color, but if you are looking for a navy shimmer, and not just a dupe to Chanel Blue Satin, there are better ones to be found.
Nina Ultra Pro is a discontinued polish, but if you are looking for a Blue Satin dupe, I hear that Rimmel has one (Midnight Blue).
Hope you all are enjoying my "30 Days of Blues" posts. I greatly appreciate you reading them, as this is an issue that is so near and dear to me. I'll be back tomorrow with another blue polish. I swear... after this, I'm going to have to detox with boring pinks. :P