Sunday, July 26, 2015

OPI Nail Envy Strength in Color

*Press Sample*

Hey everyone!  I have the four shades in the new OPI Nail Envy Strength in Color collection to show you today.  These have the strengthening power of Nail Envy with a touch of soft color.  First up is OPI Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid.  I used three coats and top coat for photos.  It definitely needed the full three coats to be opaque.

OPI Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid
OPI Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid

OPI Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid
OPI Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid

Next we have OPI Nail Envy Samoan Sand.  This was also three coats and top coat.  The formula is very similar to Hawaiian Orchid above, thin but manageable with a slight tendency to pool up.

OPI Nail Envy Samoan Sand
OPI Nail Envy Samoan Sand

OPI Nail Envy Samoan Sand
OPI Nail Envy Samoan Sand

I know this next one is a beloved OPI shade.  This is OPI Nail Envy Bubble Bath.  Just like the other two this is three coats and top coat.  The formula on all three of these is so similar.

OPI Nail Envy Bubble Bath
OPI Nail Envy Bubble Bath

OPI Nail Envy Bubble Bath
OPI Nail Envy Bubble Bath

This last one is different.  This is OPI Nail Envy Pink to Envy.  I'm not sure what to think of this.  My nails are slightly yellow from all the polish, heck that's why I'm always polished.  It did take the edge off the yellow, so I'm thinking that with a little buffing and then two coats of Pink to Envy I could leave the house and not worry about what they looked like.

OPI Nail Envy Pink to Envy
OPI Nail Envy Pink to Envy

I use the original Nail Envy with every manicure so I like the idea of color with Nail Envy already in it.  I'm curious to see if they will do any other, brighter colors.  These can be purchased wherever you buy OPI.  Be sure to give them a like on facebook as well.

Until next time...

Sara

*Polishes were provided for review.  All opinions are 100% mine.*

1 comment:

  1. Good idea for this and nice subtle colours :-)

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