OPI Dipping Powder Perfection - Got the Blues for Red 1.5 oz - #DPW52
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 - Got the Blues for Red 1.5 oz - #DPW52
Type: Dipping Powder
SKU: OPID-DPW52 1.5 oz
Weight: 86 grams - (0.19 lb)
Tags: Dipping Powder, Group: Got the Blues for Red, Lunar New Year, Red, The Ultimate Mani Gift Guide, and Valentine's Day Collection 2021
Like the color, only needed to dip once to because of how pigmented it is. Stayed on for almost a month.
I love OPI dip powders but this color has so much pigment That won’t come off my fingers. It took me a week to get the natural color back around my nails. It dyes your skin. The color is beautiful but I don’t know if it’s worth it.
This looks blurple to me. I love it. The colour is rich and illuminates off my nails. Yes, there's glitter, but it's not garish or over the top. Reminds me very much of OPI Ink. I've had it on one day and wear has been good. It applied easily though it does not have the pro wide brush since this is a mini OPI. Took two coats to get the same colour in the bottle. It's shiny and gorgeous.
OPI Nevermore is a great dark purple. Usually when you get a dark purple nailpolish, it looks black unless in direct light. Not this one. You can tell it's purple, even in dim light. You need to use two coats, but that's true for any nailpolish. I got the mini's, so it didn't have OPI's really great wide brush, but still, went on well. The second time I used it I put Nicole by OPI's Gone Wishing as a top coat and the effect is truly unique.
Nevermore is a part of OPI's 2010 Go Goth Halloween Collection. A quick overview: The go goth collection comes with 4 mini bottles in "alternative" colors. There is a matte black color, a blackened green/blue glitter color, called Unripened, a glittery blood red called Sanguine, and Nevermore...a dark blackened purple glitter. This collection is sure to be a hit. My review is for Nevermore, which as I stated, is a dark blackened purple glitter. Don't fear the glitterit's not the chunky, tacky glitter your middle-school self would have worn, it's more of a fine glitter/shimmer. In certain lights, the polish looks royal/midnight blue, but in regular lighting and sunlight, the purple is obvious.As with all OPI polishes, the wear is great, I can get a solid week out of it, with minimal chipping, and it remains shiny. You get full bottle color at 2 coats, and the formula is nice, not too thick, not too thin.At 9 dollars on amazon, for 4 colors, this is a must have.EDIT: after wearing this polish for 24 hours in office lighting, I can say that Surprisingly, I would call this a triple-chrome. The main color is the dark purple glitter, and it has the blue glitter flash i mentioned earlier, but it also has a hot pink glitter flash as well. That caught me off guard, but I REALLY like it!