The one with ORLY Sapphire Silk...for Teal Toes

Welcome to Teal Toes!
Our mission is to raise awareness of ovarian cancer.
How?  By painting your toenails teal, the ovarian cancer color.  By getting your friends to paint their toenails teal too, and then by talking with people when they ask about it, to make sure that they know the signs of this whispering killer.
Any time of year is good for teal toes, but we especially recommend September, the ovarian cancer awareness month!

Why Teal Toes?
Ribbons aren't enough
It's easy!
It makes your toes look pretty
Teal, the ovarian cancer awareness color, is striking enough to make people ask about it

Why toes and not fingers?
If you want to do your fingers, by all means, please do!
Some places of employment have rules for fingernail polish, but toes can be covered if necessary.
Toenail polish can last longer

Why September?
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
September, the end of summer in most parts of the USA, is the perfect time for one last pedicure

Why raise awareness?
Too many women with ovarian cancer do not get diagnosed until their cancer has spread. Their survival rate is 45%.
The survival rate improves greatly - to 93 percent - if the cancer is diagnosed at an early stage before it has spread. Only 19 percent of ovarian cancer cases are diagnosed at this local stage.
Approximately 75 percent of ovarian cancer cases are diagnosed at an advanced stage after the cancer has spread beyond the ovary.

This information is from the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance.

So today, I have for you Sapphire Silk, a gorgeous shade of teal from ORLY. My toes aren't done up, but my nails sure are :)
Indoors with flash
Isn't this color gorgeous? Creamy and smooth in two coats :) No streakiness or problems. That's one thing I can say about ORLY cremes. Amazing coverage, most in one coat!

 **DISCLAIMER**  I was not paid for this review by anyone. I either purchased these polishes myself or were given gifts as friends because I could not find the particular shade I wanted myself.  I am not a professional nail tech, nor do I want to be. I'm just someone who enjoys polishing my own nails :)