Its simple this color is beautiful if you're willing to work with it. The formula is sheer but totally buildable. First coat is just a wash of color 2nd coat is is streak central but the 3rd coat looks beautiful true to the color in the bottle. If you're really looking for an intense color then for 4 coats but 3 was enough for me. Not for everyone but I really like it.
My favourite turquoise on the market! It's such a beautiful color... I apply it twice and it looks beautiful. Really my go to blue
This is one of my favorite nail polishes. It is the perfect metallic-ish light turquoise color. It lasts for a very long time. I would buy this polish again.
ahhh such a gorgeous colour!! im in love with sea/ocean/mermaid inspired colours and this is perfect!
a green dark bluey colour. the shine effect reminds me of a shining seashell :)
What a disappointment! The colour in the bottle looks so mermaid-like but the formula is so watery that it would take more than 3 coats to achieve that kind of opaqueness colour. Considering that OPI ask for AUD$20 per bottle it would be a bad investment. I have since found other dupes and substitutes of turquoise from other brands such as Revlon and Zoya to be better.
This color reminds me of two things: Miami grandmas and the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance from Back to the Future. A pretty, kinda mermaid-y, high shine turqoise- green. It's looking kinda campy on my fingernails at the moment- I think this color is best on the toes and with a tan.
I have over 20 shades and finishes of different brands of turquoise polishes and this one is the prettiest of them all. BUT it goes on sheer and uneven the first couple of coats. I had to do 4 coats to get this color to totally even out to bottle color. The shimmer is just beautiful. Its gives it a depth that my other shimmer turquoises somehow do not have. Essie Trophy Wife is one I have closest to this shade but it is not a dupe. It is slightly off and the shimmer isnt as intense.
Just terrible. One coat is wimpy and translucent. Two coats and it's an uneven mess. Three coats, still not passable. I gave up after three, so I would say you need four coats minimum. The colour is not unique IMO, just a shimmery turquoise.
Being from Austin, I might be biased, but I love this color. If you are willing to jump through a half dozen coats (a common OPI problem), this color comes out great. Of course if you aren't, this is a pale, watery disappointment.
When I see this colour I think of mermaids! It is soooooo incredibly pretty and excellent quality. The last time I wore this, I paired it with an Inglot flakie green polish on top and it seriously looked like scales on a mermaids tail! The downside is that you need three coats and even then it's not completely opaque. I've done a nail of the day on my blog of my mermaid nails (this with flakie over the top). Please check it out for a full review and pictures!!!