OPI Nail Lacquer in Snow Glad I Met You, swatch

OPI — Snow Glad I Met You (Nail Lacquer) Swatch & Review

 

Collection: OPI 2017 Winter, Love OPI, XOXO

If I’m honest, I have been getting pretty bored with holiday nail collections in recent years—how many shimmery reds, glittery golds, and spangly silvers does one person really need? But, of course, I can’t often help myself if I see something pretty.

Snow Glad I Met You (HR J01), is a rather ho-hum ivory shimmer from OPI’s holiday collection, Love OPI, XOXO, and yet it found its way into my shopping basket. In hindsight, I should have let it be.

It’s a vintage ivory with a frosty champagne finish. I feel like it looks much more appealing in the bottle, somehow. Look at that warm glow!

OPI Nail Lacquer in Snow Glad I Met You

On the positive side, the warm tones of this white pair very nicely with my warm skintone. It’s very wearable and quite versatile.

Sadly, it’s a little too streaky to wear as a sheer, and it takes about three coats to achieve nearly-full opacity.

OPI Nail Lacquer in Snow Glad I Met You, swatch

It’s a shame that OPI didn’t do much with this shade to give it more interest. It really falls flat, for me.

Snow Glad I Met You, but now it’s off to the “unwanted” box!

OPI Nail Lacquer in Snow Glad I Met You, label

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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.

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