|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Yes, this is just another hot pink. It does perform very well during application. I could have gotten away with two coats, but always like to do three. Dry time was pretty quick, and nothing you'd have to watch a two hour movie while waiting around for it to dry. I'm really starting to love Sephora by OPI polishes. They really are pretty great! The scent is a kind that either you're gonna love, or you're gonna hate. I ended up being one who loves it. It's not your typical generic scented polish. It's scented with Betsey Johnson's signature fragrance called Too Too. The smell isn't so strong that a person standing ten feet away is going to get a whiff of it, and you'd practically have to put it up to your nose in order to smell it. The scent lasted a good 3 days and that's even after Seche Vite as top coat, right after applying it, and then NYC Grand Central Station top coat as a refresher a couple of days later. I got this for $5 in my Sephora's clearance section, but retails for $9.50. If it wasn't limited addition I'd definitely buy it again if I ran out! Grab yourself a bottle before it's gone forever.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
LOVE this nail polish! I'm surprised no one has written about it yet!
The color is a very pretty hot pink, and like all OPI nail polishes, it goes on smoothly and dries quickly.
The scent is really nice. It doesn't smell like normal nail polish. However, you have to wait until your nails begin to dry to really smell it. The scent lasts for quite a while. I can still smell it for a good couple days after I did my nails.
The polish itself lasts a good amount of time even without a base or top coat.
The box it comes in is also really cute. Even after I used the polish, I still store it in the box.
The price is about $10. It's a bit more than I usually care to spend on nail polish, but because of the quality and uniqueness of this one, it's worth it. I would definitely recommend it!