Pistol Packin' Pink is a peach/pink shimmer. The finish is kind of pearly/frosty color. I really love it on warm/tan skinned tone. It compilments the tanned skin tone very well.
The downside of the color is it's very hard to make it look well. May be it's too thick to apply. It does take longer to dry. I have to put three coats so that it will be opaque but it takes very long to dry. Although it is hard to work on, I really love this color on fingers and toes.
This is a nice creamy color, but it isnt something that I reach for that often. I do like it on my fingernails, not so much on my toes!
A terrible mauvey frosty pink that makes my nailbeds look dirty! What is up with that? The color is pretty, but not for nails... ew. The color is much closer to the second picture (mauvey, NOT coral). I wouldn't recommend this to anyone, and I would certainly not buy again.
This is one of my favorite polishes and I wear it a lot in the summer. It's a light, pearly pink and it's great on the toes with sandals.
Pistol Packin Pink is my favorite nail polish of all time. I hope this is never discontinued. It's a beautiful, opaque, iridescent (not frosty or sparkly) pale pastel peached pink. Definately looks like it could be a color from the 60s in my opinion (and I don't mean that at all in a negative or "dated" way). It looks equally gorgeous on pale and tanned skin, and on long or short nails. I get compliments on this all the time. Love!
I chose this shade for my wedding this past January after an exhaustive search. It was just the right shade with my neutral coloring and it happened to go very well with my wedding ring which has some pink gold and pink diamond accents. As always a reliable product from OPI. It's not too pink at all and just the right amount of pearl. Nothing glittery here.
What a pretty, shimmery pale pink! A nice change from Essie Ballet Slippers on fingertips. Definitely needs two coats to avoid streaks, but I like the shade a lot. Not too pink, not glittery.
I've been wearing this shade off and on for several years. It's a muted milky pinky-beige, not terribly pink at all. Some other reviewers seemed to see rather wild colors in the bottle--mauve?! lavender?! I have to wonder if they are looking at the right color name here (or possibly have been sniffing the polish fumes?). At any rate, this is a good "office" color for pale skinned women. I teach at a university and wear it on my short nails so that I don't look like a dragon lady.
Worn on my toes as a rarely worn pale pedicure shade, this pale fleshy pink with barely noticeable shimmer made my skin look slightly more tan. On my hands, however, the shade was too chalky and "plasticy" looking for my liking.
This is a creamy, opaque baby pink. It's almost the perfect easter-egg candy pink but it's a little bit more muted than that. I like it both on my hands and feet. Pistol Packin' Pink is from OPI's '99 spring/summer Wild West collection.