First of all, I absolutely adore this colour. The purple and pink shimmer isn't as prominent as I expected, and it's a bit more silvery on your nails than it is in the bottle. It's still one of my all time favourite colours though.
The only downside is that it takes about for layers to be opaque, which is a bit annoying. It doesn't matter that much though, since it dries relatively fast and is a joy to apply.
Will definitely be repurchasing this.
I got this polish on a whim because it was on clearance, but after trying it out I actually really love it! It goes on as a soft gray, which is perfect as I am quite pale. As many reviewers have noted, in the bottle it appears to have a pink sparkle/shine, but on the nails this is much more muted. After three coats, I can detect the pink shine, but it is very subtle. This is a lovely, soft color and I anticipate wearing it frequently this Spring!
In the bottle, this shade appears to be grey with iridescent pinkish/lavender flecks through it. On the nail however it's very much a silver rather than a grey. It's not metallic though, so it quite suits the flecks of colour. I wouldn't recommend it for anyone with a warm skin tone, but if you're pale like me then go for it. It takes at least 3 (possibly 4) coats to become opaque, so I suggest wearing just a coat or 2 for a more subtle approach. Very pretty and I'd recommend it if you're looking for a silver that isn't flat.
Its really quite a dull colour and definitely unsuitable for tan skin (me!). I prefer to use just 1 coat to brighten the nails. The full on colour is just too dull.
I had been wanting a grey color that was still fun too. I thought this color was very unique because it has flecks of purple and pink shimmer to it. I liked it on the bottle but not on my finger nails. It looked very dull and boring on my nails the shimmer to it sort of made it look dirty. I also felt like it made me look pale and I'm tan. It just wasn't my color.
I was surprised to see this didn't have more reviews by now. OPI describes it as "a shimmery lavender grey" and I would say that's spot on. I am pretty much obsessed with grey polish but all my others are in the charcoal, gunmetal, some-are-almost-black range. I wanted something for summer. A grey but lighter and NOT flat, with a shimmer but NOT a metallic SILVER. It's Totally Fort Worth It is all that. When I brought it to the salon, they put on very thin coats and it took 3 to get it opaque enough for me. I must put it on a bit thicker because at home it usually takes me two coats. I have no idea whether or not it's 'a good color for my skin tone', and all that blah-biddy-blah, I just know I like the color. :) In the bottle and on me. You can decide for yourself if it's good on me or not - I added the pic with 3 images in one, but I have a feeling I will be wearing it most of the summer and early fall until I can go back to my darker greys...
In the bottle this looked like a light to medium grey with flashes of pink. When applied however it looked like a light cool steel color with no pink at all. I applied three coats but honestly to be completely opaque you would need no less than four. Overall I was quite disappointed with this polish.
It's Totally Fort Worth-It is from 2011 Texas Collection. This is a cool tone silvery grey shimmer with subtle pink glitter. The pink glitter makes this color half warm half cool tone. Very interesting. It's similar to "Sheer" Your Toy. But this one is more watery. It takes at least three coats to be opaque.
I find it will look great on dark or cool skin tone. On me, I'm a warm skin tone, just find it looks a bit unsuited. However, it's great to see something different other than the usual red, pink, purple and orange from OPI. I find it probably will look great with a black evening outfit or denim jeans. Gorgeous.