Orly

Orly


Overall rating
4.0
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74%
would repurchase
4.0
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Overall rating
74%
would repurchase

Recent Orly Reviews


Bonder Rubberized Basecoat
5.0
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2 months ago

I've tried various basecoats and this is hands-down one of the best I have tried. This has a thicker texture and something about the "rubber" finish seems to bond the layers of polish and treatments much better than most bases. I will continue to purchase this, as this is one of the only basecoats that actually seems to work. This also prevents staining. The only (slight) drawback is that the thinner bottle and cap make it a little difficult to hold...but that's more than okay because this actually works! Give it a try if you're searching for a good basecoat that actually lengthens polish wear.

Bonder Rubberized Basecoat
5.0
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2 months ago

I've tried various basecoats and this is hands-down one of the best I have tried. This has a thicker texture and something about the "rubber" finish seems to bond the layers of polish and treatments much better than most bases. I will continue to purchase this, as this is one of the only basecoats that actually seems to work. This also prevents staining. The only (slight) drawback is that the thinner bottle and cap make it a little difficult to hold...but that's more than okay because this actually works! Give it a try if you're searching for a good basecoat that actually lengthens polish wear.

Nail Polish - Turn It Up
5.0
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4 months ago

This polish has a clear base and is absolutely packed with bright, multi-coloured confetti style round and hex shaped glitter, ranging from small to medium in size. The colours include saturated (almost neon but not quite) yellow, blue, and green, plus less saturated pink and a bit of orange, and a smattering of small white pieces. I'm actually finding it quite hard to describe this polish, and given the number of reviews I've done, that's saying something. This one is unique. Two coats makes it effectively opaque. Application is surprisingly good, especially for an Orly glitter (I've found many of their glitters to be very fiddly and problematic, but this one is really good). It does take a little bit of finessing and fiddling to get the glitters placed well, but it's not at all difficult to do that. Dry surface is a little uneven, but top coat will take care of the worst of it (if you want it perfectly smooth, you'll probably need a coat of clear polish and then a top coat over that). This could be worn over another colour if you wanted just a single coat. It could also be used just at the tips or at the base (cuticle). You could also probably get a really interesting effect with this in a jelly sandwich with a sheer white for the jelly layers (I think I might have to try that one). Removal is actually pretty awful. I mean, a lot of glitters are, but I wore this in two coats as an opaque and I had to soak it to get it off, and even then there was glitter everywhere. It doesn't put me off wearing the polish, of course, and I'm a huge fan of glitters so I'm used to it, but I wanted to let people know. Removing this is going to be kind of intense. This polish is wonderfully unique, versatile, and super cute. I love it.

Nail Polish - Turn It Up
5.0
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4 months ago

This polish has a clear base and is absolutely packed with bright, multi-coloured confetti style round and hex shaped glitter, ranging from small to medium in size. The colours include saturated (almost neon but not quite) yellow, blue, and green, plus less saturated pink and a bit of orange, and a smattering of small white pieces. I'm actually finding it quite hard to describe this polish, and given the number of reviews I've done, that's saying something. This one is unique. Two coats makes it effectively opaque. Application is surprisingly good, especially for an Orly glitter (I've found many of their glitters to be very fiddly and problematic, but this one is really good). It does take a little bit of finessing and fiddling to get the glitters placed well, but it's not at all difficult to do that. Dry surface is a little uneven, but top coat will take care of the worst of it (if you want it perfectly smooth, you'll probably need a coat of clear polish and then a top coat over that). This could be worn over another colour if you wanted just a single coat. It could also be used just at the tips or at the base (cuticle). You could also probably get a really interesting effect with this in a jelly sandwich with a sheer white for the jelly layers (I think I might have to try that one). Removal is actually pretty awful. I mean, a lot of glitters are, but I wore this in two coats as an opaque and I had to soak it to get it off, and even then there was glitter everywhere. It doesn't put me off wearing the polish, of course, and I'm a huge fan of glitters so I'm used to it, but I wanted to let people know. Removing this is going to be kind of intense. This polish is wonderfully unique, versatile, and super cute. I love it.