A Mirror Escape:
A gold frost packed with matte white micro-glitters, A Mirror Escape is a unique full-coverage glitter with a slightly textured finish. The formulation is actually very easy to work with and with just two coats I was able to get an opaque coverage.
|A Mirror Escape, two coats with no top coat.|
This is a stunning sky blue cream. The formulation is creamy and pigmented, I used two coats for the swatches below.
|Fearlessly Alice, two coats with no top coat.|
A simple true red, Having A Big Head Day is very pigmented. This polish is pretty much a one-coater but I used two coats just in case.
|Having A Big Head Day, two coats with no top coat.|
A soft and delicate pastel lavender, I'm Gown for Anything is surprisingly buttery and pigmented. The color is easy to work with and the coverage is mostly opaque with two coats.
|I'm Gown for Anything, two coats with no top coat.|
This is a gorgeous medium pink cream. The color is opaque in two coats and the formulation is super smooth and self-leveling.
|Mad for Madness Sake, two coats with no top coat.|
An iridescent opal cream shimmer, this shade is slightly sheer but mostly opaque in two coats.
|Oh My Majesty!, two to three coats with no top coat.|
A soft baby blue, The I's Have It has a lovely formulation but the pigmentation is slightly sheer. I needed three coats for the swatches below.
|The I's Have It, three coats with no top coat.|
This is a deep oxblood burgundy cream; the formulation is very rich and pigmented- two coats for a great coverage.
|What's The Hatter With You?, two coats with no top coat.|
A special edition color available only at select locations, What Time Isn't It is a super unique elephant gray packed with shiny silver bar glitters. Despite being filled with glitters, the formulation applies very smoothly and I was able to get a nice coverage with two coats.
|What Time Isn't It?, two coats with no top coat.|
OPI is available now at select salons and The Bay, Macy's, Dillard's, Ulta, and Ulta.com.