Matching set of OPI GelColor & Lacquer - Pale to the Chief. For a professional and long lasting manicure with a perfectly matched pedicure.
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Item Name: OPI - Gel & Lacquer Combo - Pale to the Chief
Type: Gel & Lacquer Polish
Weight: 125 grams - (0.28 lb)
Tags: BPX, Color: Nude, Color: Pink, Fall, Finish: Shimmer, Gel Polish, GelColor, Group: Pale to the Chief, Kit, Nail Polish, Nail Set, Nail Sets, Nude, OPI, Pink, Professional, Season: Fall, Shimmer, Type: Gel Polish, Type: Kit, Type: Nail Set, and Washington DC Collection
I am in love with this pale peachy nude polish. So much so that I already purchased a back up after only 4 days of wear on this one. I didn't expect to like this at all, I mean, it's beige, it's a creme, it's just a nude, it's so nondescript, but then I put it on and fell hard. This has a pearl type finish and it's got microshimmers that reflect the light and bring this to life. The shimmer is subtle and it's not in your face, no, it's more subdued and it adds just a bit of light and dimension to this. This is the perfect nude color for my skintone and I just can't keep my eyes off of how nice it looks on me. I know this isn't getting a lot of love from reviewers here, but I love it. I had to go back and purchase a back up (of a neutral polish, who does that?!?) because I love how it looks so much that I wanted to make sure I had a decent supply available as this is probably a limited edition polish since it came out in the fall 2016 Washington DC collection. Some of the shades might make it to the core line, but I wasn't taking a chance on this one. The formula on this is really nice and it glides on smoothly and feels rich and creamy beneath the brush. This was almost opaque in one coat, but it did require two for a beautiful creamy finish. The brush on this is the standard flat blunt cut brush in all OPI's and it is very flexible and fans out well for application. I really like the formula on this and how well it applies for a pale creme. It was only a slight bit streaky on the first coat but evened out on two. Overall this goes on well as glides on well and it doesn't pool, it doesn't run and flood the cuticles, and it doesn't drip. This dries to a beautiful pearly finish and that shimmer just adds that something special that brings this to life and makes me keep looking at it. I am really enjoying this one and I can't believe I am saying that about a nude polish. If this didn't have the microshimmers, it would be snoring boring and I wouldn't care about it at all. It would be just another nude, but no, OPI added that something extra and stepped it up and I love this one now! I am so glad I put this one on, as it was blah and boring in the bottle, but it's such a nice polish on me. I have a hard time finding the right shade of nude that compliments my skintone, and this one is a winner! Yes, I had to buy a backup. This polish isn't going to be for everyone, but it's perfect for me. Yes, please!
This is a very pale beige with warm undertones it looks like a creme, but in bright sunlight, you can see a very subtle shimmer. Application was difficult it went on streaky and patchy (which is par for the course with light, opaque shades of polish) and I needed to apply three coats plus top coat for it to level completely. It's not a particularly unique or original color; it seems that OPI has at least one pale nude in every collection and since I already own quite a few, I wouldn't repurchase this one.
I really wanted to like this one. Was excited by the hint of shimmer in the bottle but it's streaky with one coat and opaque with no visible shimmer with 2-3 coats. My biggest disappointment is that it has been chipping/peeling off quickly, which is something I don't expect from OPI. I'll keep wearing it but disappointed that I have to reapply every 2-3 days to keep it looking moderately decent.
LOVE!!! This is a beautiful nude creme polish, very flattering on the nail. From their Washington D.C. 2016 Collection, OPI's Pale to the Chief is in the same family of shades as Essie's Cocktails & Coconuts and Butter London's Cuppa. If you like either one of those, then this one is definitely worth checking out.Four lippies instead of five because the formula is a little bit streaky, but it self-levels very nicely. Opaque in 2 coats but 3 looks even better. And no problems with wear. Great polish overall.I would definitely buy this one again!
Suzi Takes The Wheel is a green toned grey polish which in some light it would turn to gray toned green. (Sound amazing!) Idk if i got a bad bottle or something, but mine is very runny and streaky. Even after putting on three thin coat the streakiness is still visible. The color is not unique but great, didn't make my hands look dull.