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I have just flung this nail polish in the bin! So annoying, as it is a perfect colour.
I have just flung this nail polish in the bin! So annoying, as it is a perfect colour. So pretty and flattering (albeit possibly a touch yellowy) it's a beautiful, unusual peachy nude. However after going over the same nail 5x and still getting shoddy results, I reached the end of my patience. I'd worked with this in the past, allowing aeons between coats (it always needs minimum 3 to cover streakiness) but it's just too much work. When you do get it right, using infinite patience or reserving it for manicure visits at a pro, it looks very lovely. But after doing this aforementioned 5x doomed stamina test, I realised I was not only wasting my time but also wasting my base coat and my seche vite, over and over, as I removed and started the whole rigmarole again and again. Disgusting! Someone here mentioned Coney Island (sp?) as a dupe, well I have that so I thought I'd finish off with it and hope no one notices. It's not a dupe unfortunately (it's a far more commonly found shade of pale pink) but the texture is way better so I made do. I'm not sure why Malaysian Mist is so gloopy and thick and streaky, what a shame. I'm shocked at the great score here. Way too high. I concur with all the points made in the excellent review written beneath mine.Colour = top marks, Performance = null points.
This is a beautiful color, BUT it applies terribly.
This is a beautiful color, BUT it applies terribly. It's thick and streaky and gloppy. It takes about 4 coats and then it is so thick that it takes 3 hours to dry. Even after 3 hours, my nails have dings and smudges and they don't feel smooth. They feel bumpy. I'm disappointed because I have many OPI colors that apply beautifully. I will not purchase Malaysian mist again.
I adore bright nail polishes, but sometimes it's just nice to wear something more subdued.
I adore bright nail polishes, but sometimes it's just nice to wear something more subdued. I love Malaysian Mist for a no-fuss, clean look. It's a peachy nude, very inoffensive and incredibly appropriate for work, funerals etc. Very sheer however, you need about 3-4 coats.
I love this color! I'm a huge fan of peachy/orange nail polishes, so I thought I'd give Malaysian...
I love this color! I'm a huge fan of peachy/orange nail polishes, so I thought I'd give Malaysian Mist a try. I now have a friend who wants this color too!
Love OPI, unlike other reviewers, I found the application quite smooth.
Love OPI, unlike other reviewers, I found the application quite smooth. Like many OPI polishes, it goes on streaky but dries evenly.The color, unfortunately, is not my favorite. It's a bit too orange/peachy for my taste. However, I don't regret buying it since it's a good color for work if you want a bit more impact than the myriad light pinks available.