I got this as a part of a set (three miniature size bottles) and I have to say I'm not impressed. The colour was sheer enough for me but chipped really soon and applied streakily on bigger surfaces (nails on big toe and thumb). I think this might be because of the small size of the brush (full size bottles probably have a bigger one?).
The colour was ok enough, a cool pastel white, but it just chipped way too quickly for the price.
I like it. Contrary to other OPI lacquers, this one wasn't streaky on my nails. With one coat, it's quite opaque, with two coats it's white enough, but not TOO white - which is perfect for me as I'm the as-natural-and-sheer-as-possible-but-still-with-a-little-colour-type. This colour fills my requirements quite well. I have a neutral-cool skin tone and it doesn't appear greyish. Would buy again.
This is not what I was looking for , This would be better for someone with cooler skin tone. Im warm toned, and this looked a little too greyish white on my hands. I will have to mix it with something ivory to get it to work for me. Too bad the texture is great.
This is the first time I ever used white on my whole nail and it was really beautiful and fresh...I will have to comment on this color as a French manicure later, but so far so good. It takes about 4 coats to get rid of any opaqueness and this color can be kind of streaky with the first 2 coats, but 3-4 it is not streaky. The price was really good I bought this one on sale at the mall for a little over 3 USD so that is really cheap. As a top coat I used a microglitter OPI color-Text Me Text You and it looks really good together the white with light glitter, it looks like the polish was made that way. If I ever see it again and at the same price I would buy again, overall I recommend and am really enjoying at the moment.
Bought this one to use for french tips because I wanted a subtle white- not one that looked like white-out. I was very disappointed with how streaky this was to apply. I had to apply atleast 3 coats to get decent coverage- which then caused it to be too thick for french tips. I never got around to wearing this one long enough to comment on chipping, tip wear, etc. I should have read the reviews in advance :(
I rarely have luck with white creams. In fact I can't think of one I would use as an all over nail color. This one would be the surprising exception. Absolutely effortless streak free application and is semi sheer with two coats. A beautiful natural look for summer! I'm sure it will be wonderful white tip choice. Look for it in the discount section of Ulta or Regis! It was a seasonal collection.
Very pretty, soft white with a very mininal pink undertone. However, no staying power whatsoever, and I was only able to wear this for a day before it started chipping! Also, because the color is so light be prepared to do at least 2 coats but probably more if you really want the color to develop. In general I haven't had luck with OPI colors on my finger nails (they always seem to chip too soon) but maybe it would work better on toes. Regardless, I probably wouldn't buy this again for the price!
Pretty opaque white. streaks on the first coat, requires at least two coats. I've had it for about 6 months and its already gotten quite thick :(
Too streaky for me. I consider my technique for sheer neutrals as these rather good, but this just didn't work for me. I prefer Essie's Ador-a-ball or Waltz: they go on without streaks if you use the right technique... I guess it's also the extra large brush, just too broad to do the work right for me.
This is the perfect tip color for a natural looking french manicure (instead of the chalky white out looking colors that I have been purchasing in the past). Yes, it is a little streaky, but I paint 2 coats on my bare tips, shape the tip with an eye shadow applicator dipped in np remover, fill in the nail bed with a sheer ruby color polish, and then paint one thin coat of Hopelessly in Love over the whole combo to get a soft french manicure. It lasts a LONG time. I type almost constantly both at work and home, plus use my long natural nails to open things (like e/s containers, lol) and still no chips for at least a week, sometimes longer. VERY highly recommended. :)