I thought that this is a creamy, jelly-finish light pink shade of nail polish but then i was wrong. It's sheer and you need 4-5 coats to achieve the bottle color. Though it's a very cute very light pink, in other light, it looks very white. Won't buy this again. Even if this shade is very wedding-y, i don't find it to be a nice shade for the bride.
This was my first Orly polish. The formula left a lot to be desired. It took 3 coats to reach bottle color, and for some reason, it turned out to be a bit darker than the color in the bottle! I would consider it a strawberry milk pink (milky, sheer texture). It surprisingly looks brighter on the nails than it does in the bottle. It was a little bit on the streaky side in the first two coats, but smoothed out by the third. I got a faulty brush, so maybe that's why? It's a pretty color nonetheless, just not anything special or particularly exciting. Wear time was average. The reason I got this was that I was hoping that this would be a nice manicure color, but alas, it's not, and I wasn't aware at the time I bought it that Orly had a separate section for French manicure polishes. Oops. My dumb mistake. I give this 2.5/5 lippies.
Love the colour, but the formula... not so much. It's a 3-4 coat job to get an opaque shade. The colour is a milky pink - the ones I usually find hard to apply properly since they are often quite sheer and usually apply streaky. This one is no different. My hunt for the perfect milky pink polish continues...
I'm not sure what I was thinking when I bought this...it's a very bubblegum pink color, but the pinks I usually use are baby pinks. The formulation is nice, but it takes about 3-4 coats to be opaque. I won't buy it again because I don't like the color
Pretty color, but to get it to look opaque I had to apply 3 coats.
First I must say that this is a spot on dupe for essie gucci muchi puchi. It is a cool toned pale/milky pink with a hint of lavander to it. It would look gorgeous on fair/cool toned gals, but I personally think it look just as nice on my warm toned tanned skin. (mac nc30) Great for the spring/summer months. I took a lippie off though because it does tend to apply a *tad* streaky (as does essie gucci muchi puchi).