Opi dating a royal scrangie

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As the first coat dries, it does even out and self-level a bit, and the colour gets a bit darker.

The second coat will finish it up, even it out, and give opacity or near enough to it.

Also typical of a jelly, it's got a gorgeous, almost vinyl-shiny finish.

The first coat is streaky; this is the case with every jelly I've ever used, and this polish is no exception.

I don't think this is a terribly unique color, but if you love blues or the OPI formula, then it is worth having in your stash.

I bought it because the shade royal blue should be a rich bright saturated colour, full of life and not a bit leaning towards indigo or teal.

And with fashion right now being all about strong colour and vivid, graphic prints, this OPI Dating a Royal Nail Lacquer is the shade that looks up-to-the-minute on fingertips and toes.

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Royal blue should be a brighter and deeper blue than this. The formula is goopy and hard to dry even with my trusted Sally Hansen insta-dri topcoat... I'm an OPI fan through and through, but this colour has disappointed me.

I did dutifully waited for 5 minutes between each coat, and it just didn't dry properly! My initial reaction when I wore it was "I feel like a smurf".

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