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Review: OPI Liquid Sand Get Your Number

So I know every lady and her nails have reviewed the Liquid Sand OPI polishes but who would I be if I didn't jump on that bandwagon too?  There's no way I could pass up a matte sandy glitter!  It's just too out there.  Anway, let's take a look at the blue polish in the collection, Get Your Number.

Get Your Number is totally unique in my collection.  I don't say that lightly, I have a ton of nail polish.  It may not look like anything earth-shattering in the bottle - a medium blue thin jelly with holo and iridescent glitter - but it really does dry like sand.  It's a little too sheer for me to be comfortable wearing it on its own so I layered two coats of Sally Hansen Navy Baby on there first.  I then added the one coat of Get Your Number and look how interesting it looks!  I added a coat of Seche Vite to my ring finger to contrast the finish differences.  I have to say that I'm not the most fond of the rough finish but it's ok, I'll deal.  






The Verdict:  Get this polish, even for the unique factor.  Yes, it feels a lot kind sandpaper and needed underwear but LOOK at that macro shot.  If you've ever seen anything like that before, good, cos I haven't :)

Comments

  1. Interesting. I haven't seen anyone put topcoat over it yet but I think I prefer it. I don't like rough, textured things, and it seems to really come to life under some Seche Vite.

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  2. WOW Over that dark blue it looks like galaxy nails! I love it way more the way you've shown it than the way I've seen it worn on its own!

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  3. Oooh, I definitely like it over the navy blue. When I swatched it over just a base coat, it came out so bright. I love how the navy blue pulls out the deeper undertones it has, much nicer!

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