OPI - Glacier Bay Blues

Saturday, October 30, 2010
Hey everyone! How is everyone's weekend so far? Hopefully you'll get some time to relax and reload your energy for the start of the new week. I have been cleaning my Helmer again - I do this once a week but today my cleaning was more thoroughly and I stumbled upon a few polishes I forgot about. One of them was this one, OPI Glacier Bay Blues.

OPI Glacier Bay Blues

Glacier Bay Blues is an old OPI, it comes from the 2004 Canadian Collection, but it isn't that hard to find. There are some bottles to be found on eBay and apparently there are a few etailers that sell this one (but I don't have experience with any of them). Enough about this, let's go on to the colour!

Glacier Bay Blues is a blue based shimmery duochrome. When the light changes the polish changes with you, giving you purple and teal flashes. It's very pretty (and hard to photograph haha).

OPI Glacier Bay Blues

Application was okay. I like the new OPI formula more than this old one but it isn't a pain in the ass to apply. I needed four coats for this one to be opaque and I know that I use really thin coats but this is kind of... meh! I will layer this one in the future, I am already thinking of pretty combo's with OPI DS Fantasy and Misa On the Edge.

By the way! If you dislike the big brushes that OPI now has you should definitely look out for these older ones, the brush is small and will be easier to handle for some.

OPI Glacier Bay Blues

I have to say that this one is gorgeous in the bottle. GORGEOUS. Even better when it's on the nail, I could stare at it the whole day and see the colours shift. Very cool.

Thanks for visiting and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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