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I had the same experience as the previous reviewer, on my nails this gold polish looked unflatter...
I had the same experience as the previous reviewer, on my nails this gold polish looked unflattering and boring. Almost neutral, actually. OPI's Glitzerland is a metallic gold shot through with tons of microshimmer. Very pretty in the bottle but it just didn't translate to the nail.For a gold polish I prefer Butter London's Marbs or Essie's Good as Gold. I wouldn't buy this one again.
this isn't super-flattering on my skin.
this isn't super-flattering on my skin. actually looks kind of boring, but makes an excellent base-coat for glitter polish.
Very classy and flattering gold color.
Very classy and flattering gold color. This polish looks AMAZING with a matte top coat. Very "glowy".
I have trouble with golds.
I have trouble with golds. Many are too yellow, and that never works for me (I have pale, cool-toned skin). This is a good polish for me because it leans to the champagne/very pale bronze, while still being identifiably gold. It's not really what I'd call flattering on me, but it's not unflattering either. It does what I need it to do, that is, be clearly gold without being unflattering. Unfortunately, I am not thrilled with the formula, which I find to be pretty thin. I'm relatively good with a brush (especially the OPI Pro-Wide brush), but I managed to badly flood my cuticles the first time I tred to wear this polish. It's got quite high viscosity, and the application is tricky because the first coat is not only quite sheer, it actually becomes more opaque as it dries and the pigments become more compact and dense, so you can't really tell if you've got bald spots or areas that need smoothing, etc. It's not impossible (I've used worse!), but it does take some careful management. That said, it's not very prone to brushmarks (yay), and two coats will give pretty much complete opacity (also yay), and it does have a very pretty light gold metallic finish, with little hints of sparkles as you move your hands. So, overall, I do like this polish. Once I come to grips with the formula, this may well become one of my most-used golds.
This is a really good colour for detailing and for everyday wear.
This is a really good colour for detailing and for everyday wear. It's not yellow enough to be a true gold, it is more a light and cold toned bronze, never tacky! As stated before, it has excellent wear (chips don't show easily), combines with a lot of colours, it's actually a pimped neutral! You can wear this ton sur ton with something like Chanel's Frenzy or pair it with a coral or green for added demure glamour. I recommend a minimum of two layers to achieve a decent foil look. A must!