Polish Name: AmazON...AmazOFF by OPI
Description: AmazON...??AmazOFF is a dark teal with a subtle shimmer.
Size: 15 mL
Collection: Brazil Collection (Spring & Summer 2014)
This product contains no formaldehyde, Toluene or DBP.
About OPI: OPI is one of the most popular brands in professional nail polish. OPI is consistently featured in Allure, Cosmo, Instyle & People. They also partner with top brands and celebrities including Katy Perry, Disney, and tennis star Serena Williams. OPI polishes are long-lasting, chip resistant, and use a pro-wide brush for fast, smooth application.
Application Instructions: For best results first apply a base coat to clean, bare nails. Then apply 2-3 coats of colored polish (depending on its consistency and thickness). For long lasting wear finish with a top coat.
Wonderful Rich Colour
The AmazON...AmazOFF by OPI is truly a great colour and it has great coverage. I found one coat gave it a mottled effect that I liked so I did not add a second coat. The next time I will add the second coat for a deeper rich colour.
I Loved it at First...
This is a beautiful dark teal. I adore the shade. The formula was good. I loved this polish until last night when I took it off. It stained my fingers like crazy! I have never had a polish stain my fingers like this. I scrubbed like mad with a loofah and I still have a light bluish stain around my cuticles. I don't think I will wear this one again.
This colour is really different, it's a great dark teal! The only reason I only gave it 4 stars is that I am not a fan of OPI brushes, they are very thin, and I find even with a topcoat the formula chips easily. But I still love the colour and will wear it often I am sure!
Such a rich emerald green. I love this colour. Got compliments on it today! It goes on nicely and it has stayed on extremely well - I did a ton of dishes and housework today and it has help up perfectly. The reason I give it 4 stars is I needed to go over a third time on some nails as the colour seemed a bit thin. Also, it shrank with my seche vite. I noticed it in the morning after the polish had "cured" over night. The first coat held down fine (Orly bonder base coat) but the second coat shrank back. Then there was a thin line of "tip wear" that was actually just polish shrinkage. I will have to experiment to see if I can eliminate this. I wish I knew what to do - quite a few of my polishes do this with the seche vite, but some not at all! So frustrating. I am not about to "wrap" the polish - it's hard enough getting it on the top surface! Oh well, my nails still look lovely with this rich Amazon green!