|OPI Nail Envy Strength + Color|
This is a transparent polish with just a hint of soft pink. The finish is fairly shiny and the shade gives a healthy, pinkish glow to the nails.
|Two coats of Pink to Envy|
This is a soft baby pink. I found the color quite sheer and streaky. The shade is very demure and office-friendly.
|Two coats of Bubble Bath|
A beige nude, Samoan Sand is fairly sheer but the application was surprisingly smooth and streak-free. With two coats, the color was nice and even.
|Two coats of Samoan Sand|
A classic mauve-y pink from OPI, the original Hawaiian Orchid shade is actually one of my first OPIs. I'm glad to say that the formulation of the Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid is even better than the original. The color is so opaque that one coat was almost enough. I, of course, applied two coats just in case.
|Two coats of Hawaiian Orchid|
If you are someone who often experiences weakening and peeling nails from wearing nail polish too frequently, Nail Envy is a great alternative as it takes better care of the nail beds with its wheat protein and calcium. Now with the added color range, the Nail Envys not only strengthen and protect, but also give the nails a nice blush of color.
The new OPI Nail Envy shades are available in stores now.