I picked up this cute little bottle of fall from a blog sale a couple years ago. To be honest, I got it more for the pretty bottle and name, than the color itself. That being said, I quite like it, although I'm not sure if it's the color working its magic on me or the bottle/name combination making the shade more attractive.
I'm actually not sure how many other browns/camels I own. I'm bananas for it when it comes to handbags or shoes, but not so much on my nails. I tend to reach for nude or beige when I want something neutral on my hands.
But, like I said, I ended up really liking the color. It's a very soft camel creme/jelly, easy to work with and covers nicely in two coats. No VNL, but still squishy. It actually puts me in the mood for a mustard polish, which hardly ever happens. Like lighter greens, it likes to clash with my skin tone. The only one to not do it (very much) is butter LONDON Bumster, but I do own Sally Hansen's Forsythia, which I haven't showed here yet. Might be time.
I'd like to get my hands on more Catrice polishes, if this is what they are like. I painted my nails around 2:30 am, while watching Torchwood, in dim lighting, and there was little to no clean up. Some would say it's the mark of a good painter, but I know better.