I was looking for nail color for spring and found Three Way Mirror at my local Sephora. This polish is a very natural, neutral shade of opaque pink. It is feminine, but not overly girly—more a rose that’s been muted with beige than a bright or pale pastel pink. It is very versatile in that it could go with just about everything and every occasion. Next time I will apply a top coat since it chips, as many polishes tend to do.
My first Sephora nail polish. I like it! Great staying power, held up really well. Very pretty rose color, no shimmer, like someone below said - what you see is what you get as far as the color. To me, it is a good neutral with just a hint of brown in it to keep it from screaming "pink" ... I will be buying Sephora nail polish again.
One of the prettiest shades I've ever worn. Very light pink mauve color. Can look very sophisticated or casual depending on the rest of your outfit. Awesome color; I could wear it everyday. I wore it to a wedding and got compliments on my nails twice in one day. My stepmother even asked me if I had brought it with me on the trip so she could put it on!
This is a beautiful/feminine color. I wear it alot!
it can get thick(like many nailpolishes)..and the application can be a bit tricky but thats not a major problem.
the color is rich and gorgeous.
when u see this color you think...
beauty, love, romance, and passion...like "aphrodite" from Greek Mythology.
I highly reccomend it.
Three Way Mirror is a creme medium rose that goes on darker than it looks in the bottle. In the bottle it resembles OPI Java Mauve-A, only with more pink and less brown. However, on my nails, at least, the color after two coats is a deeper rose. Strange, since polishes usually go on lighter than they look in the bottle, not darker. This is a great neutral color that would work with a variety of outfits. Wear is average. I usually use a base coat and a top coat with all manicures (top coat is Seche Vite or Avon Speed-Dry No-Chip Top Coat), and need to touch up anyway after 3-4 days no matter what brand I put on. This product gets dinged one lipstick because application can be a little gloppy. This is not the designer OPI brush with the flat bristles, and the polish itself is highly pigmented and quite thick, so be careful when you put it on and drain the brush well before applying.