I believe the official name for this polish is Etude House Petite Darling Nails HD Beam GR603.
Oddly, that already mouthful name does not include a non-digit name for this green (not that I could find anyway). Unfortunately, I can't read Korean, so I can't tell what's written on the label. I did some checking on the internet and this is supposed to be a 7ml bottle.
This is another one of those polishes that I got last year while on holiday. Just like Skin Food that I talked about some months back, Etude House is a Korean brand. Just like Majolica Majorca (not Korean, but Japanese), it's got a koochi-koochi cute brand image.
The brand plays on our little girl fantasy of being princesses. In their own words: Etude House resembles a princess's private room; a romantic interior full of ornate trinkets imagined and inspired by her dreams. Their white and pink stores ooze sticky sweetness. Even their sales assistants are dressed like little girls.
Hmm, right. I won't kid myself here. I was born too early to fit into Etude House's target market, but hey, who cares. I zoomed in on their nail polishes all the same. GR603 is a dark green leaning slightly towards blue and is dense with beautiful shimmers. The formula was on the thin side, but application was superb. You are looking at three coats here.
I think the Petite Darling nail polish range has been discontinued as I don't see them on Etude House's website. Pity, as I love this polish. Instead there are now Dear Darling nail polishes housed in slightly re-designed but still curvy bottles.