Recently I decided that I don't devote much attention to the local polishes. Somehow because they are always there and always availiable, so I have less interest to them as for the rare or overseas brands - I neither own a lot from the German assortiment. One exception is LEs: once a polish is a limited edition, I grab it immediately. If it's not - I keep thinking for months if I really need it or not. Unless they are discontinued or sold out forever. The hero of today's post is exactly that case: meet Catrice Sold Out Forever.
Sold Out Forever is a warm jade green creme with almost invisible nanoshimmer. Formula is fine - easy 2-coat application, whereas you might have problems with the 2d coat. My tip is: make 1st coat rather thin, and layer a thicker second one. So you will avoid the third. This shade of polish has a hitch: the colour varies depending on 1) your skin tone; and 2) the lighting. The less light it gets, the colder the shade looks. To show all the nuances I made photos in diverse light modes - firstly, direct and indirect sun:
And the rest is in the shade:
Surprisingly, I liked this shade more than I expected, also because it didn't reveal the red undertone of my skin. Sadly, the name of the polish is the absolute truth: it's discontinued by Catrice (whyyyy?!) and in most cosmetic shops - sold out forever.