OPI Nail Lacquer - Privacy Please 0.5 oz - #NLR30
A delicate pink.
The bottle color is a semi-neutral slightly warm peachy-pink. The formula is a lot better than other polishes of this type.1 coat goes on surprisingly well compared to most OPI & Essie formulas in this color range. It looks clean and semi-sheer with some slight milkiness. Minimal streaking compared to other colors.2 coats evens it out a little bit (you could easily just use 1 coat) and deepens the color (it's a bit peachier with 2 coats and a bit more neutral with 1). Minimal to no streaking and very easy to work with. I think it must be a bit of a "jelly" formula.3 coats...only if you think you need it more evened out or a touch milkier. There's not a lot of difference between 2 & 3 coats color wise. 3 coats I think would be wasteful unless you somehow needed it more even (2 goes on quite even).It ends up being a sheer to slightly semi-sheer in 1-3 coats. I wish all nude and pale polishes had such a good formula. This is one of the nice ones.
Privacy Please is a beautiful sheer pinkish nude.This is another one of those polishes that is very hard to get opaque.I love sheers,i have quite a few of them.This is one of my favorites.I usually only do two coats because that is the look i like best.This is one i will certainly buy again.If you like sheers,you will love this.
Pros: this polish is a natural, feminine color that makes the nails look better. Application is easy love the wide OPI brush. The polish doesn't take long to dry and the finish is really shiny and pretty. Cons: it takes at least 2 coats to make the color shown, and even so, we can see a bit of the nail line.
I only use it on my toes, as I don't like `color` on my fingers. I am very pale and 99% of the reds look awful on me, but this is really pretty. It is a berry red, bright and beautiful. It has a high shine, even after 2 weeks on my toes, but now I took it off, lol. Really, didn`t get dull, didn't chip, it is amazing! Oh, and also, it doesn`t leave your toes that ugly yellow tint afterwords like the crappy ones. :-)
This genre of light milky pink beige sheer shades is tough. It's very hard to find the perfect shade that is not streaky and gives some coverage. Privacy Please went on with minimal streaking, was nearly opaque in 3 coats, had some glossy depth to it, and the color is a great mix of beige, white, and pink. Also this one's available in the green label (I had a prior fave that was Black Label only uugh). Zoya Grace is another similar one to try.