I dried out on the redder side than the orange one on my nails. Great colour, though
OPI's A Roll In the Hague gives you the perfect dose of Orange without being to coral. It's bold and aligns with the upcoming season of Mad Men and the color blocking that will be taking place this season. I find it to compliment my skin tone as well as compliment my MAC Vegas Volt (vibrant orange). It's a great way to spruce up a neutral outfit without looking like Fran Dresher. I recommend it for any girl with a wild twitch who's just starting to embrace their wild side!
I ADORE this color. I'm wearing it a bit early in the season (february-it was my Valentine's manicure) and it brightens up my winter. It's very opaque, almost a one coater. The brush feels really wide on this, idk why cause I have a lot of of pro-wide brushes that I don't notice this with. I have gotten a ton of complements on my manicure (even from bf who doesn't notice nails), on my italian/hungarian/german/british and between a ppp and a ggg (sorry don't know my mac shade) it looks red, until you really take a good look and realize it's orange. So...buy this! Also I hear it's a dupe for Chanel Holiday.
This color is a nice shade of orangy-red that gives a good pop of color on your nails. It also is very pigmented that I usually only have to do one coat of polish to get the effect that I want. Overall, a nice color for Fall, Spring or Summer.
Nice color but not for me. I bought this looking for a nice deep orange, but found when I put it on that it dries much more red than the color looks in the bottle, this is not at all what I wanted or expected. Overall the formula is very good, though it seems a bit thick, and two coats is all that is needed for full coverage. Standard OPI packaging and brush. Nice product but not what iw as looking for.
I love coral colours but I wanted something a bit more orange. It looks much more orange in the bottle than on your nails. It's a lovely true orange colour without being too neon. It's a creme finish yet shiny too. I think you could get away with one coat but for the best result use two coats.
This is a ka-pow! orange with a bit of a red undertone from OPI's great Holland collection. Application is smooth with a nice brush, preferable with two coats, and would look great for a Halloween-themed manicure. It does the trick when you want a loud color, but unfortunately the removal process leaves you with Cheeto hands. Damn solid orange though.
I gave it a 3 for looking great on the toes but I really wanted this for my fingernails!. I don't know if I bought a dodgy bottle but it was thick and creamy and I just couldn't paint it on evenly and it left brush marks on every nail. I was gutted because the colour is gorgeous. At least I can still use it on my toes will look for a less creamy formulation in a similar shade.
I really love this color. It's a great summer color! I would describe it as a orange red (more orange than red) and almost neon. Inside, it looks like a simple orange, but when you go outside, it is amazingly bright! It took me 2 coats to get it completely opaque. The formula was a little thick, but not terrible. I found that when i was cleaning up the edges, it was staining my cuticles yellow, which will hopefully go away after washing my hands a few times. I got this as a present and I was super excited to use it. The price was the normal OPI price of $8.50. I would consider buying this again for next summer :)
update: When I took it off it looked like i just ate a huge bag of Cheetos. Stains!!!
This is a nice dark yet bright orange pollish from OPI's Holland collection. The best way to describe the colour is it is kind of the colour of a carrot? Maybe a bit darker. Has a nice cream finish, goes on like a dream- almost a one-coater!
My only complaint is that it chipped oddly easy. I painted my nails last night, haven't done anything that would cause chipping today and I already have a big chip out of one of my nails...odd.
But nonetheless, I would definitely recommend.
I guess I should also mention that I work in a cosmetics department, and this was one of the top three selling colours from this collection at my store. (Pedal Faster Suzi and Did You Ear About Van Gogh? were the other two)