OPI “Which is Witch?”

IMG_6699Hey guys! I am so backed up on posts that it is ridiculous! I know that I said that I was going to try to post every day and have every intention of doing so yesterday, but I started editing all of my pictures and that took me about 6 hours.  Adding water marks, color correcting some pictures (green polish makes my hands look red), and photographing some of the “newer” products to my collection took way longer than I thought it would.

So I have a ton of  new products to show you guys, as well as new polishes.  I have done a little bit of shopping so be prepared for new makeup and nail polish posts.  And the first one coming your way is from one of the “newer” OPI polishes.  I’ve included this in the last few Monday Manicure Spam posts, and kept promising that the review would come.  Well, here it is!

IMG_6700OPI “Which is Witch?” came out with the OPI Oz collection a few months ago.  When this collection first came out, I was extremely interested until reviews started popping out. The glitter that I wanted the most, the chunky gold glitter, turned out to be taco style and disappointing to many (I never tried it so I don’t know for sure).  And some of the sheer shades were ones that I owned already.

So I completely passed on it until I was at my local grocery store (yes, my grocery store sells OPI) and had a little bit of a weak moment.  Do you guys ever have a bad day and end up buying yourself things? That happens to me all the time.  I tend to do most of my impulse shopping when I have bickered with my boyfriend or had a bad day at school.

IMG_6701(sorry its a little blurry!)

I picked this up as an impulse because I am almost out of OPI “Servin Up Sparkle” which is one of my all time favorite glitters.  I thought this might be able to suffice for a holographic glitter where I want to save my more precious ones.  I passed on this so many times because I really don’t like bar glitter.  I actually loath bar glitter! But the thing with this polish is that the bars are so skinny and short that when you’re staring at your nails its so dainty and delicate, it looks almost ethereal.

IMG_6823The formula on this polish was great.  All of the pictures above are just 1 coat and the glitter is super dense.  The pink polish that is above is Butter London “Teddy Girl” and the green is Essie “Share Your $$ Maker” (review to come soon on that one!).  The dry time is great and the consistency isn’t too thick. The only complaint that I have is that the chunky glitter pieces seems to clump together on the nail.  You can see that in the picture above, where all the chunks are either on the left or right side of the nail for the index, middle, and ring fingers.  Other than that, this is a great glitter and may be great for those of you who are like me and hate bar glitter, but want something different in their collection.

What do you guys think? Do any of you have this? What are your favorite holographic glitters?

13 thoughts on “OPI “Which is Witch?”

  1. I find myself using Essie LuxEffects Shine of the Times & Pure Pearlification A LOT. I had to go back through my posts to figure out which favorable holo glitter I had and turns out it was Servin up the Sparkle! How funny. http://www.budziakbeauty.com/notd-opi-servin-up-sparkle/

    I’m with you on the bar glitter though, it kind of reminds me of the Zoya Christmas collection from 2 yrs ago, doesn’t it? Or the Nicki Minaj one which I also didn’t like.

    • yeah i totally passed on all of those because i hate bar glitter. and i thought i was alone because so many companies continue to make bar glitter and i don’t understand why

  2. Love this polish, still don’t know about the bar glitter…
    Unfortunately my store that sells OPI doesn’t have the Oz collection, so I can’t swatch it.

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