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OPI: Lacquer M43 Pink Yet Lavender, 0.5 oz

This is a professional quality nail polish and is very strong and durable. OPI Nail Polish works wonders on either natural fingernails or acrylic nails.

Key features

  • OPI: Lacquer M43 Pink Yet Lavender, 0.5 oz

Honest reviews

★★★★★

Another winner from OPI – so gorgeous!

I actually bought this at NW Beauty Supply – I had gone in for wax strips and came out with 3 Mariah Carey OPI polishes, and this was one of them. It’s a gorgeous very pale pink toned base, with pink glitters. I used it in a glitter gradient over Anti Bleak (another GORGEOUS shade), and I LOVE it! As mentioned by the other review (another Rachel with good taste), it would be beautiful on it’s own or on the tips. My next mani will be this over french tips. I love it!

Summer Buffalo, SC
★★★★★

Love it

This color is beautiful. Pictures can do it no justice. Looks great over many different colors of polish. Gives your polish that little kick and any polish becomes more exciting. You can see holographic glitter in different types of light, it’s multidimensional and just stunning. Thanks OPI and Mariah Carey – I am hooked.

Nelda Sebewaing, MI
★★★★★

glitter pieces apply unevenly.

Its okay. It is pretty but to make it look like the picture on someones nail it is very difficult. the glitter is very sparatic and after even 2 coats some are clumped on one side and non on the other. It doesn’t apply evenly but it is expected with such chunky glitter. Even application of the glitter only works when the glitter pieces are smaller. Still a pretty color. Its such a pain to remove with any glitter so I tend to stay away from using this polish. Don’t expect your nail to look like the picture.

Tracey Warm Springs, OR
★★★★★

Great shade

This is a nice glittery mix of pinks and different sized glitter chunks. I wore it over a light Lavendar polish.

Helga Sturtevant, WI
★★★★★

Pretty

Love the sparkles. Pretty colors, they make me feel like a princess, and we all need that sometimes. It looks great with the Butterfly Moment.

Louisa Sullivan, NH