OPI – Sapphire In The Snow

Hey everyone!  Today I have a harder to find OPI to share with you.

OPI - Sapphire In The Snow
OPI – Sapphire In The Snow


OPI Sapphire in the Snow is from the 2009 Holiday Wishes Collection.  It is a super dark grape color which in most indoor lighting does look almost black.  If you are very careful applying this, it could be a OCW (one coat wonder)!! But alas, with my old eyes I needed 2 coats to cover a few bald spots.  Everything is excellent about this polish: formula, the brush, everything!  It is so glossy and smooth and beautiful!  My topcoat bubbled in a couple spots, but that is no fault of the polish.  I used 2 coats plus topcoat for the photos.

OPI Sapphire in the Snow, 2 coats plus topcoat.

In the lightbox…


Inside by a sunny window…


Braving the cold outside on the balcony with some sun…





Well, there we have it!
Thanks so much for stopping by!

The polish in this post is from my own collection and was purchased by me.
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