12 August 2015

OPI Guy Meets Gal-Veston

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Supplies used...
Orly Bonder Base Coat
OPI Guy Meets Gal-Veston // three coats
CND Speedey Top Coat

Guy Meets Gal-Veston

I love these brighter colours from the Texas collection and although they all look pretty similar, I just had to have them all in my collection. Guy Meets Gal-Veston is the coral toned pink out of the lot.

Application

The formula of this polish, along with a lot of the others from this collection, are very thin and watery. I tend to call them jelly polishes, but I've also heard them be called sorbets. No matter how many coats you apply, they're never going to look completely opaque. You can use a milky ridge filler as your base coat which does help to make them look a little more opaque. For a polish that is meant to be thin, it's not streaky and applies very nicely.




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  1. I don't own a red nail polish. Who am I? Why do I class myself as a beauty blogger? I'm a fraud! Haha ;-)

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