This is a really gorgous colour and i love opaque pastels. However i find it quite difficult to apply, it streaks when im applying it and chips easily. I have found this problem with other light pink polishes. It also highlights any ridges on my nails, even though i use nail tek foundation2. If this polish applied better I would repurchase however it just doesnt work for me.
I love this color!!! It a beautiful pale pink with a hint of lilac. I do agree that the first coat is quite streaky, but you should be applying two coats anyway, which cleans it right up. Definitely apply a top coat after that to ensure no chipping.
Gorgeous color, and I get compliments on it all the time.
Mod About You is the perfect light milky baby pink .. in the bottle. Application, is a totally a nightmare though! This polish is thick and goopey and streaks like mad. I'm hoping to figure out some way to nail the application of this because the shade is gorgeous and it's so hard to find a light whiteish pink that isn't "sheer" .. overall though, not entirely thrilled with this one.
I am only putting up with this because it's my favourite polish color ever. The application is streaky and goopy. I thought I had an old bottle but after reading all the other reviews it sounds like this is how the product is. Too bad. The colour is everything I wished all my other pinks were.
I've switched from OPI to Orly and China Glaze because they offer better prices & quality but I made an exception for this because of the colour.
Edit on Oct 15: After 1 day of wearing this on my hands, it just peels off like a Band Aid. The toes seem OK so I'll just use it on my feet. This has got to be the worst polish I have ever bought. It's like it came from the $1 store. Streaky, thick, gooey. Just a mess. Took me 3 tries to get it looking somewhat neat on my toes. They told me at TS they get this stuff in every week so they're claiming it's "fresh."
I will never buy OPI again, and I will never shop at Trade Secrets because of their return policy on polish. Quite clearly there is something wrong with this colour, and they refuse to do anything about it. Not even an exchange. You just lost a customer. continued >>
the application is terrible. Chalky and it's hard to get it to look polished. Instead it looks messy.
do not like this polish at all.
Gorgeous color. Hate the application and the chalky look. If it wasn't so chalky looking, i'd give it a 5. I have since found that Dear Diary by Sephora OPI has a similar color without the chalkiness.
I called four stores and they did not carry this color. I had to buy this on the internet. This color is like a lilac whiteout and I love it! The color is so adorable. This is definitely a repurchase.
Mod About You is a cheery, cool-toned, pink. It is opaque, durable, and only required two coats. I think it is a great Spring/Summer color that looks great with a summer tan. I have to admit that I will be sad when I put this one away when the weather cools down.
This really is pink white-out, in all its chalkiness. Im so glad it worked bc I bought it on a whim [which thanks to this site I dont have to do all the time]. The color is very opaque in 2 coats and I like that the color is true to the bottle color. My only gripe, and the reason this only gets 4 lippies, is its application. I suppose due to the nature of the color this goes on a little streaky. It applies like neon polishes, they way they tend to streak and dry very matte. After my first coat, I actually put thinner in it. However, I will tolerate this annoyance in application bc the color is amazing, and I have been looking for this shade for a long time.
For reference: NW20-25ish
I love this color so much!
As previous posters have stated, it is like a pink version of white out. Shockingly enough it looks really nice on nails of all lengths. I prefer to keep my short and kind of "squoval"
Pros: It's a really unique mod color- like I said, reminds me of pink whiteout. It stays on nicely, with minimal tip wear if you take proper precautions
Cons: You really need to put on a nice thick layer first, and then a thinner layer second to even it out, or it could streak. I find three thin coats seems to be perfect.