Nail lacquer is the original nail polish formula that reinvented quality nail color, your top choice if you enjoy updating your manicure weekly. A pink so deep, it's almost red. Devious! Draw their gazes with pearly, opalescent coverage. Made in the USA.
Step 1: Prep your nails! Remove existing nail lacquer then trim and shape nails by filing in one direction only to prevent breakage! Apply cuticle oil, push back cuticles and remove hangnails. Finally, cleanse to remove oil. Step 2: Apply base coat to prime the nail surface, increase lacquer adhesion and prevent discoloration. Step 3: Apply two coats of Nail Lacquer, using three strokes for each coat. Apply the first down the middle and then one on each side for complete coverage. Step 4: Apply top coat over the nail. Don’t forget to cap the nail’s free edge to keep color from chipping!
Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Propyl Acetate, Tosylamide/Formaldehyde Resin, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trimethyl Pentanyl Diisobutyrate, Triphenyl Phosphate, Ethyl Tosylamide, Camphor, Stearalkonium Bentonite, Diacetone Alcohol, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Benzophenone-1, Citric Acid, Dimethicone, Mica, CI 77163, CI 77491, CI 77499, CI 77510, CI 19140, CI 15850, CI 15880.
OPI is the #1 salon nail brand worldwide and we believe color brings emotion to life. OPI is known for iconic shades, collections inspired by global destinations and partnerships with pop culture phenoms. Founded in 1981, OPI first established its roots in the professional nail industry, taking the brand to consumers with the launch of 30 groundbreaking Nail Lacquer shades in 1989. With its famous bottle, incredible colors, high-quality product and unique names, OPI revolutionized the nail care industry. In fact, some of these original shades – Alpine Snow, OPI Red, Malaga Wine – became so iconic, they are still sold today! For more than 25 years, OPI has offered users a 'message in a bottle,' creating a worldwide Culture of Color embracing color as a powerful tool for self-expression.
Ratings & Reviews
The color looks much better on the nails than in the bottle. I got the bottle and thought hmm looks kind of dull. But none the less I polished my nails with it, and it looks way better on the nails. So don't judge it from the bottle! I really like this brand of polish, or this formula I should say. It went on very easy AND I was able to do two and three coats without it looking too thick. I did let each layer dry for several minutes before apply another coat. It also dried faster than I expected. I love that the color is so neutral, and it's a great color for everyday wear. I didn't apply a topcoat to it, and it still had a bit of a shine without one. The nail color has chipped some, not terrible but I have been doing tons of dishes, plus like I said I did not apply a topcoat. So I'm guessing with a good topcoat it will last much longer! I don't own too many OPI nail brands, but will definitely check them out more because I really do like the formula goes on nicely and no clumping or looking too thick when doing more than one coat. so yup good stuff.
All three of our teenage daughters share a large shoebox full of polish. Some are new and some are ridiculously old. Most of them are inexpensive brands from our local drugstore. Sally Hansen is probably the nicest polish I've brought home. Recently, my youngest has been into black polish (everything black). I help her paint her nails and we were both fed up with the bubbles, streaks, and overall bad results from the polish I'd been buying. She suggested we give opi a go. So far, we are really impressed with it. Painting nails is so much easier when you have quality nail polish. Truly, it's like night and day. It's super smooth with full coverage. We are very pleased. Henceforth, I'll only buy OPI. I don't know if it's common for the bottom of the bottle to have such uneven glass. The glass is really thick on half of the base; it's lopsided. I'm not too concerned about it, but I thought it was worth mentioning.