OPI began as a dental supply company which was purchased by George Schaeffer in 1981. After partnering with Suzi Weiss-Fischmann and R. Eric Montgomery (Artistic Director and Biochemist, respectively) they created an acrylic color system and began selling to nail salons individually. In 1989 they expanded to nail laquers and other products, and in 2010 OPI was aquired by Coty Inc. They are currently headquartered in North Hollywood, CA.

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Recent OPI Reviews

Polishes -OPI -Coconuts over OPI

on 7/15/2018 9:12:00 PM

I found this one to be surprisingly flattering. I have warm-neutral skin and didn't think this one would work for me. I was wrong! Another reviewer said it's sophisticated-looking, and I agree with that.

Polishes -OPI -Get in the Espresso Lane

on 7/15/2018 11:11:00 AM

I was getting this polish confused with Espresso Your Style so I was perplexed by not seeing any shimmer. This is a tobacco brown crème. It is a very cool, grey-toned brown so it might not flatter warm skin tones. It applies very nicely, and was almost a one coater for me, but 2 coats was perfection, since I do thin coats. It's a very dark brown but in most lighting you can see that it isn't black. It makes an except base for a topper.

Polishes -OPI -Don't Cry Over Spilled Milkshakes

on 7/15/2018 7:59:00 AM

OPI's Don't Cry Over Spilled Milkshakes is from the 2018 Grease Collection.
It is almost white with a pale green cast to it.
The only positive thing I can say about it is that it looks fine after 3 coats and a top coat of Seche Vite.
The last few OPI's have been awful! They need to go back to the original formulas.
White is always hard to apply but some are much easier than others.
Don't Cry..... is one of the worst!
Very difficult to apply, it's thick, yet runny at the same time.
The first coat is horrible, very streaky. The second coat doesn't cover well, and doesn't self level.
The third coat is acceptable, but it looks thick...almost like fake nails.
I've found 3 coats doesn't last well, it either chips easily or the entire polish comes off the nail at once.
The Seche Vite resued this mess for me, but I know I will remove it in a day or two.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Polishes -OPI -Less Is Norse

on 7/14/2018 5:19:00 PM


Less is Norse is from OPI’s 2017 Iceland Collection. It is a lovely deep blue gray toned polish with lots of deep purple. A great cream polish - beautiful and classic.

The formula was perfect with no running or pooling. Consistency was great. It applied like a dream and was opaque in 1 coat on my short nails. With longer nails you may need two coats to reach opacity.

Less is Norse comes packaged in the standard OPI bottle with their Pro Wide brush. The brush made added to the ease of application. I got good wear and removal was easy with no staining.

OPI runs $10.50 a bottle right now but you can often find it online for less. I was fortunate enough to find this at Smart Style Salon for $4.00. I do think that this polish is worth $10.50 if you can’t find it for less. I would definitely repurchase should I ever need to do so.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Polishes -OPI -Suzi Shops & Island Hops

on 7/14/2018 11:30:00 AM


This creamy medium to light bubble gum pink was easy to apply and took me only 2 coats to fully cover. Very cheerful color with my pale skin, but did not look childish at all like others have mentioned. Luckily, I found mine at my local TJMAXX for $3.99, so a good find! Perfect for spring or summer.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

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