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OPI Gargantuan Green Grape nail polish

Gargantuan Green Grape by OPI

$10.99
(12 reviews) Write a Review
SKU:
OPI-NL-B44
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Description

Gargantuan Green Grape is a light, creme yellowy green. It's a toned down green, not so wild as some of its sister OPI greens. It goes on thin requiring a few coats to obtain an opaque finish.

Polish Name: Gargantuan Green Grape

Size: 15 mL / 0.5 oz

Brand: OPI

Collection: Brights By Opi

This product containsno 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.


12 Reviews

  • 2
    Runny.... Thought it was blue from the picture.....

    Posted by Melanie on 9th Mar 2018

    Not happy with my purchase. 123

  • 3
    Not as pretty as the picture

    Posted by Emilie on 4th Mar 2018

    I bought this nail polish because it was on sale and I thought it was a light blue. Nope, it isn't. It is a light green, runny and thin like others said. It took 3 coats to have an "average" coverage. The color itself isn't that pretty. I'm giving it 3 stars instead of 1 or 2 because it's my mistake, I should have read the comments and because this nail polish is called Gargantuan GREEN grape, not Gargantuan BLUE grape. I won't buy again (and probably will not use it often). 123

  • 4
    Bright pastel white-jade green

    Posted by Nira on 5th Nov 2014

    Runny and thin, more cuticle flooding than you usually get with OPI, but such a pretty colour. 123

  • 4
    Really is a green grape colour

    Posted by Gerry on 5th May 2014

    It really is a yellow green as stated in the Product Review and not at all blue as the bottle suggests and is a great colour for summer. I agree that it is a little thin and requires a minimum of 3 coats. 123