Throwback Thursday! OPI — Blue Moon Lagoon (Nail Lacquer) Swatch & Review

Collection: OPI 2003 Summer, It’s Summer for Shore

Since I’m planning on re-swatching many of my older polishes, I thought I’d encourage myself to get going on that by doing a Throwback Thursday (yeah, not too inventive!). It’ll just be a quick swatch and a comment for these older polishes.

Blue Moon Lagoon is a sheer baby blue holographic shimmer/nanoglitter. I did three coats in my swatch; you’d need an extra one or two for full opacity. I’d prefer to use just a coat or two on top of an opaque polish.

OPI Nail Lacquer in Blue Moon Lagoon, swatch

OPI Nail Lacquer in Blue Moon Lagoon, label

OPI Nail Lacquer retails for about US$9.50 / higher in CA$ (I see a range of prices) and is 0.5 US fl oz / 15 mL. OPI nail polishes are currently free of toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and camphor. (Since this is an older polish, I suspect this is not 3-Free.) They are made in the USA.

OPI has been owned by global beauty company Coty Inc. since 2010.

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22 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday! OPI — Blue Moon Lagoon (Nail Lacquer) Swatch & Review

    • Yes, they are best as toppers, for sure! No sense doing 8 coats to avoid VNL (visible nail line)!

      Ah, right. Was the label change an indicator of when they went 3 Free? I can’t recall if this was linked with the Pro-Wide brush, too.

      Here’s the old black label (I’ll add it to the post, as well):

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    • I suspect most of my OPIs are black label, as I stopped buying many of them after the Pro-Wide change (I am guessing that happened not too long after the formula change). CANNOT REMEMBER ANYTHING. Ha!

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      • I’m wearing OPI Coca-cola Red this week with the wide brush and omg, that brush is wider than my pinky! I don’t have many OPIs… for the longest time I only had “I’m not really a waitress” just because it was a cult favourite. I should check if that’s a black label.

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