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OPI A Butterfly Moment, natural light
OPI Anti-bleak, natural light
Anti-bleak is magenta purple creme. It can certainly be more red/pink under certain lights. The formula of this polish was smooth and easy to apply with no visible brush strokes once completely dried. OPI makes the best cremes ever! This color reminds me of OPI Casino Royale though Anti-Bleak is more vivid. Two coats of Anti-bleak and one coat of OPI Top Coat was applied for the photos above.
OPI Sprung, natural light
Sprung is a vibrant copper shimmer. The polish has red and yellow shimmer depending on the light. Very stunning to see in person. The first coat applied was very sheer however the second coat made it opaque. I would recommend going for three coats to achieve a strong opaque finish. The formula was easy to apply and no brush strokes were visible. Two coats of Sprung and one coat of OPI Top Coat was applied for the photos above.
OPI Pink Yet Lavender, natural light
Pink Yet Lavender is a combination of light pink hexagonal glitter and tiny bits of holographic glitter. Glitter formulas are hard to nail (ha!) because it can be either to thick with glitter or to thin with glitter. This formula was fantastic I got a little bit of each type of glitter in one coat without having to re-dip my brush. One coat was applied over bare nails for the photos above.
One coat of Pink Yet Lavender over A Butterfly Moment, natural light
One coat of Pink Yet Lavender over Anti-bleak, natural light
One coat of Pink Yet Lavender over Sprung, natural light
How much? $9.95 CAD each
Where to buy? Chatters, Trade Secrets, select hair salons.
What color do you like the best? Tell me in the comments below!