Orly Coffee Break nail polish

Coffee Break by Orly

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Polish Name:Coffee Break by Orly

Size: 18 mL / 0.6 oz

Brand: Orly

Collection: Rich Crèmes

This product contains no toluene, DBP or added formaldehyde.

About Orly: For over 35 years Orly has been perfecting their nail polishes and treatments. Orly has been featured in O (Oprah Magazine), Allure, Natural Heath and countless other publications. They also understand a polish is only as good as you can apply it well, which is why they developed the patented Gripper Cap ® to allow for flawless performance.

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.

3 Reviews

  • 2
    Color not true to picture

    Posted by ClassyIrishLass on 26th Apr 2017

    I do not like the color of this, it is not similar to the pic. It is darker than the pic of the bottle and has an orangy cast to it, like a foundation that's too orange for you. I found one coat was more than enough for an opaque coverage, which is a plus, it's the color I have issue with. The brush I was also not a fan of. I hate I spent that much on a bottle of polish and I doubt I will ever use it again. I should have gotten the Zoya one I was debating about instead. Very disappointed.

  • 4
    nice neutral yet warmish beige

    Posted by mjo on 5th Mar 2015

    I more and more discover Orly products, and I really like them. This one applies super well and is opaque in two coats. As the other review says, this colour does not necessarely stands out, but it is dark enough not to give me the look "mannequin hands" (when your nails are the exact same colour as you skin). Therefore, it looks classy and elegant. If I had to compare it to similar colours, I'd say that it is "pinkier" than the "blue-grey-ish" OPI San Tan-tonio, than the rather neutral Zoya Flynn, and than the "yellowish" OPI Going my Way or Norway. But it is similar in terms of "how dark" it is. I really like it.

  • 4
    Nice neutral beige

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Jan 2012

    Nice neutral cream beige that doesn't stand out but looks good whether you want to go casual or dressy.