Running a bit late with this post but wow i did not realise i had so many green nail polishes!
Essie Da Bush: soft khaki sage with a gray undertone (full review here)
Zoya Gemma: murky green with yellow undertones and violet/blue microshimmer
Essie Sew Psyched: 'a cashmere-soft sage pewter' <-- Essie getting technical, honestly it's just the same as Da Bush but a few shades darker
Essie School of Hard Rocks: 'a midnight malachite', muted teal with grey undertones
Essie Going Incognito: 'deep emerald green', i would say it's more a hunter green with very strong teal undertones
Majolica Majorca GR615: a deep forest green with very subtle microshimmers
China Glaze Starboard: the perfect leaf/grass green! strong yellow undertones
OPI Jade is the New Black: Dusty medium green blue toned green.
OPI Here Today...Aragon Tomorrow Suede: Shimmery matte rich forest green
China Glaze Emerald Sparkle: Emerald green jelly
I love all my Essie greens, they're just so pretty! However, whenever i can't decide, i always seem to go for OPI Jade is the New Black. It's the perfect green for me. And now for the other half of the wheel, which are the mints:
Essie Absolutely Shore: 'a soft seafoam green', i've yet to try this color yet, it was one of the new colors i bought on my last order. It's definitely very pale though! When i get around to trying it, i'll do a proper review of the color.
Revlon Minted: I love this, it's really the perfect mint. Can't wait to wear it when it gets a bit warmer.
Essie Mint Candy Apple: 'creme de menthe mint', this color always reminds me of toothpaste. A cult favorite of Essie fans. I would say its more on the bluer side than mint though. This was one of the first Essies i ever bought and the formula wasn't the best (it actually turned me off Essie for a good while).
China Glaze For Audrey: as close to 'tiffany' blue as you can get (not a dead dupe though, since T&Co holds the color trademark and all), hence the tribute name to Audrey Hepburn.
OPI Thanks a Windmillion: dusty sea foam green, murkier than Mermaid's Tears.
OPI Mermaid's Tears: another dirty sea foam green but with more blue to it, a little brighter than Thanks a Windmillion
I love mints for spring and summer. It was probably not necessary to get both Thanks a Windmillion AND Mermaid's Tears but i love them both and couldn't resist. My favorite here is definitely Revlon Minted though, i have high hopes for Absolutely Shore!
What are your favorite green/mint nail polishes?