Collection: OPI 2017 Spring, Fiji
I Can Never Hut Up (NL F86), from OPI’s Spring 2017 Fiji collection, is at first glance a regular ol’ concrete grey cream.
However, upon closer inspection, you’ll see that it actually has fine turquoise shimmer running through it!
The color has a slightly whitened base, making it vaguely a pastel grey. So, the formula has a bit of the awkward pastel problem and doesn’t apply totally evenly. You can get away with two thick coats, but I preferred using three thinner ones for full opacity.
Despite minor application issues, I do like this polish, mostly because the color is kind of cool and I don’t think I have anything similar. The aqua shimmer could be a little stronger—that would be my main complaint.
The slightly cool undertone of this polish does clash a little with my warm skintone, but it’s kind of rare for me that a grey doesn’t do this.
Nevertheless, I have gotten bored with grey polishes over the years, and I Can Never Hut Up has definitely brought the allure back for me!
OPI Nail Lacquer retails for about US$9.50 / CA$12 and is 0.5 US fl oz / 15 mL. OPI nail polishes are currently free of toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and camphor. They are made in the USA.
OPI Products Inc. was originally Odontorium Products Inc., a dental supply company. It was purchased in 1981 and soon the company’s focus switched to selling acrylics to nail salons. Nail lacquers were introduced in 1989. OPI has been owned by global beauty company Coty Inc. since 2010. The company is based in North Hollywood, CA, USA.