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Review: OPI Last Friday Night from the Katy Perry Collection

I'm a little late getting on the Katy Perry OPI collection bandwagon.  I've only been into serious collection for a couple of months now and so missed out on a lot of great collections.  I've been making it my mission to catch up recently though, mostly through reasonable ebay auctions.  Today was a good shipment, with a package containing OPI Not Like the Movies and the beautiful Last Friday Night.  I'll be looking at the later first as it's so pretty I had to try it.

OPI Last Friday Night is a sheer blue polish, filled with small and medium opalescent glitter.  It kinda reminds me of a blue version of China Glaze Snow Globe.  Being so pretty in the bottle, I was torn with what to pair it with.  It would look great over black but I had to try to match the blue.  Turns out Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in Pacific Blue is the perfect match for the bright blue!  Last Friday Night is very sheer on it's own, I'm glad I used it over another colour.  Application was decent although it did take three coats to get to this level of glitter. 








The Verdict: I LOVE this glitter.  Such a pretty, bold blue with so much opalescent glitter packed in there, it's just beautiful.  I'm especially happy with it as it will do for a substitute for the China Glaze Snow Globe I broke all over the floor >.<

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  1. Beautiful! It looks like a perfect match! You don't find that too often. :)

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