Beautiful medium-blue aqua-ish creme. Bright and eye-catching, this is a very cute and fun color. If you like blue polishes at all, this is a must-have. Love love love it!
Opaque in 2 coats, no problems with application or wear. It just looks amazing.
Would definitely buy again.
This is a striking, medium blue that I love for summer and spring. It doesn't seem to wear quite as long as other OPI polishes, but it's still one of my favorites!
This is a very pretty blue shade. I really like it for Summer, especially if I am bound for the beach or pool. I looks fabulous on fingers and toes. I highly recommend this shade, even to people afraid to try blue polish.
No Room For the Blues was an absolute surprise for me: sometimes I found many other acqua-blue polish acctractive in their bottles, but once on my nails, quite disappointing, as bald spotted, or difficult to build, or semi-sheer...This one's been a love story since his first coat on my pimkie nail: I immediatly realized it was different, absolutly bright and summery, almost self-lighting, above all in sunlight. The application is perfect, flawless and the result is stunning, totally matched with my skin tone! The color is an amazing merge between an acqua-blue and a slightly dusty light blue sky! The polish can be defined almost a "one coat", but I always prefer having two coat on my nails, as it makes tha mani last more. I definitly woul buy it again..and again!
This a shade of smooth, juicy blue. Bright enough to stand out without looking neon, and complements my skin tone. I'm in love with the colour, which is perfect for summer! Even with an unsteady hand, 3 coats was all it took to look perfect. One of the creamiest formula I have ever come across. Swatches at summereans.com.
Stunning blue! Reminds me of Easter so I put it on my toes today for Easter Sunday. Bright and happy color! Yes I would buy this one again... The color makes me smile!
A pretty, light-to-medium, bright blue creme, with no warm highlights or edges. Definitely a completely cool blue (and I do refer to "cool" in the sense of the colour tone, though I find this polish cool in other ways, as well).
The formula is not that exciting, a little streaky at first, but it evens out on the second coat, by which time it's opaque. The nice, wide OPI brush is helpful with the application, of course.
I like to wear this as a base for doing clouds, using white polish and a dotting tool and a bit of silver for the "lining" (clouds have silver linings, after all). For that, it is the most perfect sky background I've ever tried.
This colour works very well on my pale, cool-toned skin, but I found that it really brought out the visible blue veins in my hands! I mention this in case any other ladies of a certain age or skin tone (or both) are considering this polish. It's a very pretty blue, but if you're bothered by visible veins, maybe try something darker, because this will pick it right up.
EDIT: Happy to report that this works very nicely on my toes (my feet don't have the big issues with blue veins), and that when my hands are more tanned (a rare event, but it occasionally happens!), this works better for me (but it still shows up the blue veins rather more than I'd like).
I am amazed by how beautiful the colour is, I am a very big nail polish fan and this has really impressed me. It is great how you only need one coat to get a beautiful manicure! I like this manicure with an accent nail of Ate Berries In The Canaries, it really compliments the blue. I haven't tried yet but I think this is a good watermarbling polish because it is very opac!
Gorgeous shade of blue, got it on holiday and now always reminds of that summer feeling! A lot comes off the brush, even 1 coat looks good, but I'd do 2 just so it doesn't start to crack. Worth getting!
This is a lovely shade of blue, I love how bright it is, perfect for spring and summer. I found that the brush picked up alot of the liquid compared with my other OPI's, but that was fine because it allowed me to do a thicker coat, meaning I got away with 2 coats instead of my usual 3. I love drawing little clouds on top with a dotting tool for a sky theme :)