This is my go-to color nail polish! Yes it's frosty, but I like the way it looks and the color, which is light pink/champagne, works with everything. It becomes opaque in 2 layers, although I can almost go for 1 layer on my toes. Also, it lasts forever - I don't remember exactly, but on my fingers it definitely lasts more than a week. I would purchase this again and am glad I can still find it in stores.
I picked this color when I went to get a manicue. It is such a gorgeous nude-pink color with some frost to it. It's so natural and elegant looking. I love it. It lasts a long time too.
Toast the Couple is a pink-nude with a frost finish. It's a pretty color but extremely difficult to attain a smooth finish.
Orly's Toast the Couple is a very highly frostly pinkish-beige nude. This is one of the worst colors I've seen. Very 1970s IMHO. The polish was opaque at two coats but just soooo frosty. The application was slightly difficult because of the frost factor (visible brush strokes) but smooth. The rubberized handle has got to be the best invention ever. I can't comment on wear time because I didn't leave this on long enough for it to chip or wear because I thought it looked so bad. However, if you're one for frosty polish, go for it.
This pink-ish nude high metallic polish is a good summery color, mellow enough to wear to the office but versatile enough for going out.
It's pretty hard wearing and made it through a half day at work (i'm a lab tech so i wash my hands alot) followed by a half day of errands and laundry without a chip.
My only caveats are,
1 As with most highly pearlized or metallic polishes it's prone to air bubbles, and i don't know about you, but i can't be bothered to wait a full 5 min between coats on a polish thats advertised as quick drying, i'd rather deal with a less than flawless mani if i'm doing it m'self
2 again as with colors of this nature, it goes on a bit streaky, but a high gloss topcoat helps to mellow it out.
Pretty champagne pink frost. Nice with my warm coloring, very pretty and feminine. Very work safe, and wear doesn't show much on shades like this. A bit streaky, but metallic frosts like this usually are. 2 coats were opaque for me. This wore very well and didn't chip for the 3 days I wore it (I used Sally Hansen Nail Quencher base coat and Poshe top coat). Would buy again.
Toast the Couple is a silvery beige with a hint of pink. I wanted a soft nude shade and this is a bit too metallic for me. It went on smoothly. I like the rubber grip handle on the bottle. The quality of the polish is really good for something I found CVS.
Toast the Couple is part of the Orly Wedding Party Collection. I do really like Orly polishes. They apply like a dream and last just as well for me as other salon brands. Toast the Couple is a pinked nude metallic frost, that gave me opaque coverage in 2 coats. Nudes are tough for me to wear (LLL neutral to warm undertones), but this one is pinked just enough to make it work and the frostiness gives needed shine. I really like it and will grab it often when I want a quick neutral look with more coverage than a sheer. I see myself having this one in my collection all the time.
Toast the Couple is a semi-sheer shimmer polish, it becomes opaque after 3 coats. It is a pretty, understated, nude pink - overall a very nice color. The only real holdback for me is that it really isn't a unique color. It is in between Essie Pink Diamond and Orly Pink Brilliance in pinkness (with Essie being more pink and Brilliance being less) but otherwise very similar to both of those colors. If don't have a color like this, or if you really like nude pink shimmers, definitely get Toast the Couple.
Once again - big thumbs up for Orly's gripper cap - there are never any problems with sticking caps on these polishes.