Saturday, January 14, 2012

Nail Polish of the Moment: OPI Step Right Up!


3 Coats of OPI Step Right Up! with Seche Vite Top Coat



This week, I was in the mood for a clean and natural look. In the past, I've had a somewhat difficult time finding this type of polish. Neutrals are always too sheer and/or streaky. It's impossible to find a creme finish that isn't too milky, peachy or pink. OPI Step Right Up! is what I've been looking for all these years. Against my ultra fair skin, it doesn't look like whiteout or make my hands look like a dead mannequin. It's subtle and gorgeous. I really love how it transformed my rather dull looking nails into something sophisticated and demure. I will definitely be purchasing backups because I have a feeling this will be a hard color to find in years to come as I believe it was a limited edition shade (of course it was).

One Coat = "Your Nails But Better"... Perfect for young girls or just to clean your nails up
Two Coats = A hint of color, polished
Three Coats = Perfect natural hue, would work nicely as a french manicure

I highly recommend this shade especially for fair skin gals who have trouble finding a flattering natural polish!











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