Naughty by Orly


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SHADE: Dark chocolate brown with black cherry undertones

CLAIM TO FAME: Lustrous brown crème polish

FAST FACTS: Part of Orly’s permanent Brown color collection; formulated with creamy, milky, pure color pigments; delivers high-intensity opaque color with a smooth, glossy finish

PERFECT FOR: A sultry, luxurious look

March 11, 2013
”The color is beautiful (for reference, I am NC 25) and it’s so easy to apply. Even if it is categorized as a fall color, I have no qualms wearing it in the summer. I’ve used it on a beach trip and I loved it! Also, I was on vacation for 7 days and I didn’t have time to redo my nails . . . no chips whatsoever.”
–Carmielocsin (from Makeupalley.com)

WHAT YOU GET: (1) bottle Naughty Nail Lacquer
NET WEIGHT: 0.6 fl oz / 18ml

In 1975, manicure maven Jeff Pink created a quick ‘n’ easy, natural nail look for screen actresses who had no time to spare in between wardrobe changes. His timesaving manicures were feminine and timeless, never upstaging the outfit. So naturally, they became an instant favorite among stylists and starlets, eventually hitting the runways of Paris! That is how nail polish purveyor Orly was born—and with it, tip treatments, nail lacquers, and the very first better-for-your-nails gel. Today, Orly is available in hundreds of colors in various finishes and limited edition collections!

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Top Reviewer

Fave vampy nail color

I usually go for light, neutral colors but I felt like I needed a dark, edgy color for the Ber months, and I was drawn to marsalas and burgundies that would go with black or white. This color immediately caught my attention, and I had my nails done in this color for a few months straight! It's such an amazing shade, very sophisticated and evokes a mysterious allure, like a vampy color for your nails when you want to go a bit gothic or "fasyon".

5 months ago
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I like how deep and rich this color looks on the nails. I like how in some lighting, it looks like black. This is a really nice and sophisticated color that can transition to evening wear. It is highly pigmented and is really easy to apply. It dries in seconds and stays for days on the nails.

about 1 year ago
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Rich and Deep Color

I like how this shade color differs depending on the lighting. I like that it can look like a deep rouge red in some lights and be almost black in some. If we have Fall here in Manila, this would be my nail polish of choice. I love how its very rich and deep hue works incredibly well with my skin tone.

about 1 year ago
Top Reviewer

Absolutely love it!

This is my go to nail polish at the moment. I have repainted my nails four times consecutively using this shade. Yes, that is how much I love it! It is a wonderful dupe for the Rouge Noir polish by Chanel at the fraction of the cost! One coat is too light and streaky, so I make sure to use two coats. It's absolutely perfect!

about 1 year ago
Top Reviewer

Perfect autumn colour!

This is my absolute favourite polish for the autumn season. It's the perfect shade that's just a bit darker than oxblood. Two coats are enough to give you a rich, beautiful colour.

about 1 year ago
Top Reviewer

Dark, lush, sexy, mysterious

I have this gem on my nails right now. I bought from an actual store, but I want to share here what an awesome polish this is. It's almost a dead-on dupe for Chanel Vamp/Rouge Noir, only better IMO, as this won't break the bank and is more accessible. One coat gives an oxblood red, but it is uneven, so two coats would be best. Depending on the thickness, the second coat can give a colour that varies between deep oxblood red and inky black red. I like my polish to be even, so I laid it on thickly for the second coat, and got an almost-black red. It's sooooo shiny and rich-looking and lush. It gives off a really mysterious, femme fatale vibe. It's even better with a top coat on. Longevity is average, but it's also not poor. Totally recommend.

about 1 year ago