Anyway, I recently found OPI Man of La Mancha on Amazon for a good price. I knew it was somewhat hard to find, so I had to snatch it up. It's from the 2003 Holiday on Broadway collection. I can't believe this polish is over 12 years old! As with a polish of this age, it's a black label and is not 3 free.
This polish is incredibly hard to photograph. I think I took over 60 pictures, and I still don't think I did it any justice. MOLM is a sheer shimmery red orange multichrome with flashes of green, berry, orange, and gold. For this look, I layered it over China Glaze Merry Berry. I opted for a more red base to show off the true color shown in the bottle.
The two photos above were taken in my light box. As you can see, the flashes of green aren't showing up here. I almost lost hope until I walked into my kitchen. The lighting in there completely changed this polish!
Look at that! I'm so in love with this polish. The color is amazing. The formula is perfect. The smell reminds me of my mom. This is one of my favorites now.
Gorgeous, right? I'm sure this will be a polish I'll keep going back to even though I'll be afraid of using it all up.
Do you have any black label OPIs? What's the oldest polish you own?