This is one of my favorite vampy reds. I used 3 coats to achieve full opacity and bottle color. With 2 coats it looked a little brownish. I wore this for 5 days and only had minor tipwear and 2 small chips. For reference, I used Orly Bonder and Revlon Colorstay and SV for topcoats. It's dark enough to be vampy but you still can tell its red, not black, indoors. It also applied very easily. Im going to include a bottle pic, and mani pic to help show what the color looks like http://img.makeupalley.com/4/2/4/9/1028091.JPG http://img.makeupalley.com/4/2/4/9/1028092.JPG
I picked this up after reading it was a possible dupe to Chanel White Satin, and seeing pics on the nail board. Let me say, I am glad I did. 1 coat of this polish and it covers the yellow stains on my nails (from dark polish) When I do 3 coats it is opaque enough to see the color but still a sheer white. It looks very classy and professional. It was not streaky on me either. All around a fantastic buy.
I've had this polish for awhile and dont know why it took me so long to use it. WOW. This has become a huge favorite of mine. 3 coats brings this polish to complete opacity. It is a deep magenta with magenta glitter. It dries smooth and with a topcoat, really pops. Like others have said, it is similar to what Ruby Pumps is, and for glitter lovers, it is a must.
This is a perfect summer color. It's a bright pink creme, but still very wearable. It is opaque in 2 coats and is glossy, even without a topcoat. I wore this once for a week with no chips and little tipwear. With a good topcoat (Seche Vite) this stayed shiny on me until I took it off. Looks perfect on tips or toes.
If you cracked open a Bic ink pen, this is what I think of with OPI ink. In the bottle it looks more purple with glitter but when applied it turns into a deep blue with purple glitter. Two coats and it was opaque, but 3 coats really helped bring out the deep blue color. My only problem was that this chipped on me in less than 24 hours, but that wont stop me from using this color.