IMO that the bottle color is very deceiving. it looked bland and mucky, but once applied, omg!
i've wanted this polish for months upon months and finally got it.. when i initially picked it up, i had to check the bottom of the bottle for the name twice, cuz the photos online dont look like the actual bottle color.
it's the perfect nude for my skin tone. i love it. i had to apply 3 coats to get an opaque finish. one coat did nothing and 2 would have given a somewhat nice mani look.
i can still somewhat see my tips. dries with a nice sheen. it almost makes my nails look like it's part of my skin, fleshy. i highly recommend girls of color to try this out!
this color is soooooooo beautiful!!!!! by far my favorite nail polish ever!!!!!!
It's a neat alternative to nude peachy/pink nails. It's a muted taupey slight pinky brown. It requires two coats to get a clean solid colour on my finger and toe nails and it dries to a semi-matte finish. I usually use a glossy top coat.
I find the formula dries quickly than my other nailpolishes. It's a very natural/work appropriate colour. If i was going at night...i probably would opt for a brighter/vibrant nailpolish.
This Color Really Good It isnt Quite nude but will make u look more Polish than naked Nail nice color Flatter lots of skin colors I think. It work okay In just one layer or more 4 More Opqaure look. IT is really Good I liek It a lot.
Neat color, but makes me look dead. It does not work with my skin tone at all. It's too bad because I really wanted to like this.
This is my first OPI nail polish and the colour really caught my eye. It's a taupey brown-grey colour with a pink-purple undertone. I only painted 2 coats but i think 3 coats would give a better coverage. It went on streaky for some nails so I had to re-do them, aside from that I didn't have a real issue with the nail polish. I wouldn't say its the most creamy easy great nail polish I've tried but it was good for the price I paid. I think this is a really nice nude colour and I like how it sometimes looks a little purpley-grey depending on the lighting. I would re-purchase this colour and I've ordered the YOU DON'T KNOW JACQUES online so I can't wait to try that one out.
I heard so many good things about this nail colour and colour swatches I searched on google looks so beautiful which seems to be the perfect nude that I was lookng for.
Yet it turned me down when I received my order. It doesn't look that nude on me but more a slightly grayish lavander/lilac. I'm not saying it's not pretty but just too different from expected and a bit too lavanderish for my taste.
I swapped this away-on me, nc37, it looked a little gray-probaby a nice nude on pale skin though. A better nude for my skintone is samoan sand
I've been looking for THE polish and this is it. I don't alternate polish to match my outfits or makeup, I just want a creamy, shiny nude shade that makes my nails look polished and elegant and lasts long. Tickle My France-y fits the bill perfectly.
I can't really get my head around the colour. If you google it, it looks like a gazillion different polishes. I've seen it look brown, taupe, gray, dark purple and lavender on different people. Guess it depends on your skintone. I'm NC20 and this is only a tiny tiny bit darker than my skin, mainly because I'm warm and the polish is cool-toned. In natural light it is a creamy nude taupe with a hint of lavender. It's just milky enough not to look brown. I love that it's so cool toned - only cool shades make nails look clean.
I wouldn't recommend this shade if you're anything lighter than NC/NW20, it will just look like corpse nails.
This stuff never streaks on me, it dries absolutely perfect. My nails practically look plastic they're so even and shiny. I get perfect coverage with 2 coats (3 make the colour significantly darker). I use a clear topcoat and it wears about 4 days without chipping.
I just love this polish, it's so unique *gazes adoringly at nails*. When my friend first saw it on me she said I had iced coffee nails. I was sold :)
Best nude shade ever, period. It looks pretty, natural and classy all at once. I love it! :)