12 August 2011

OPI Do You Lilac It? - NOTD



One of the first OPI's I ever bought. It does dry darker than the bottle which is a bit annoying but it's still an old favourite. One thick coat is enough but I prefer two thin coats, this makes nail polishes last better on me.

What was the first OPI nail polish you bought? (If you've bought an OPI before that is)
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10 comments

  1. This looks like such a gorgeous colour! x

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  2. The first OPI Polish I ever bought was passion, which is a baby pink, I am obsess with Do You Lilac It, I wear it all the time it's one of my all-time favourites. :-)

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  3. I have on my nails right now a dupe for Do You Lilac It?! It's 27 No More Drama by Essence, really cheap and one coat is ok! I want to try some OPI nail polishes though. xx

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  4. This is so pretty. I don't own any OPI polishes but when I get manicures with them I love Pandamonium Pink - so pretty and it lasts for well over a week. x

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  5. Gosh I can't remember my first opi! Mums a hairdresser so I've been looking at opi stands in the wholesalers since I was a little girl!

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  6. Pretty! I think the first OPI I bought was Black Cherry Chutney, that's probably the shade that started off my OPI obssession! x

    http://wewereraisedbywolves.blogspot.com/

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  7. Love your NOTD's, and this is no exception, such a gorgeous colour. xxx

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  8. My OPI first was Lincoln Park After Dark. To this day if I'm having a nail color crisis I reach for the oldie, but goodie choice! :)

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  9. This is one of the first OPIs I got too, and still an absolute favourite! Your nails look gorgeous.

    xoxo

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  10. This is a lovely colour i have a similar one that i picked up from W7.
    My first OPI was a Blue, Azure for Sure. I still love it!!!
    Kelly
    http://ohso-charming.blogspot.com

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