OPI Dipping Powder Perfection - Show Us Your Tips! 1.5 oz - #DPN62
Acrylic nails reinvented.
Faster, easier & odor-free. Gel-like shine & weeks of wear.
Dries almost instantly, no need to light cure.
Additional DetailsItem Name: OPI Dipping Powder Perfection - Show Us Your Tips! 1.5 oz - #DPN62
Type: Dipping Powder
SKU: OPID-DPN62 1.5 oz
Weight: 86 grams - (0.19 lb)
Tags: Blue, CLEARANCE, Dipping Powder, Group: Show Us Your Tips, HOLIDAY NAIL PARTY, New Orleans Collection, and OPI
This polish went on like a dream. Two coats, completely opaque, no streaky messes. Dried super duper quicklyI love OPI polishes like this. It's a lovely frosty pink colour. Good if you like "regular" nail polish colours. Has a very nice shine to it.The only reason I said I wouldn't buy it again is because it isn't really "my colour". It seems more mature to me, but there's nothing wrong with that. It's still a super pretty colour, which I would definitely recommend!
OPI's Didgeridoo Your Nails is a warm-toned, medium, slightly redded rose pink polish with a shimmery (but not frosty) finish. There is a slight gold shimmer in the bottle that adds depth and warmth to this polish without that "flash of gold" that some polishes have. I see no flash of gold, just a warm shimmer that blends with the polish to make it interesting. I have very pale skin with very slight yellow undertones so this polish tends to pull a little more on the redded-pink side on me rather than fuschia (but still pink). IMO, this is a medium pink that anyone could pull off. I don't feel it is either too young or too mature just neutral. The application was very good on this one with bottle color and total opacity at two coats. With Seche Vite this was very shiny and dried to a rock hard finish in 20 minutes. In my opinion, this is a very 'safe" shade of pink without being boring. I'd definitely buy it again.
I, on the other hand, agree with the grandmotherly description. It's a nice color, but the frostiness of it really just turns me off. It goes on smoothly and builds well, but my hands have a pinkish/reddish cast sometimes, and DYN really just makes them look sickly. A friend of mine, however, LOVES the color and chooses it over every other color I have whenever she paints her nails at my house, so I finally just gave it to her. I won't be repurchasing. Mu husband picked out Flower To Flower for me as a replacement pink, and I think it's much brighter and fresher.