Three coats, still not all that opaque in places. However, these photos are useless since they don't show the pink (relatively weak) duochrome. Since this makes me mad, I took out my biggie cam (the DSLR), and it seems it's somewhat better at picking up some frequencies:
The photo is horrible, though. This is because I do not have a decent macro lens for this one. I'm thinking this will be the first thing I buy when (if) I get a decent pay check sometime this year. This photo has also been slightly color corrected to enhance what's there in reality.
Apparently this one is a dupe to one of the polishes in Orly's Cosmic FX collection, I'm guessing Lunar Eclipse. I was among the peeps who were pissed off by the pricetags of the Cosmic FX polishes, and as it became clear that pretty much every single one of those polishes had dupes or near dupes among the lines of other brands, I did opt for those. The OPI DS polishes are still cheaper than the Cosmic FXs, and some of the colors' dupes were by brands much cheaper. Or with earlier release dates. So, I guess Orly misread the market at the time, and ended up looking somewhat foolish, at least in my opinion, and therefore came up short when it came down to business.
The reason for my preference in this case can also be spelled Pro-Wide. I like the OPI brush, and even though OPI generally has opacity issues, the formula is great, and I prefer it over the properies of Orly polishes. This shit came on flawlessly.
So, for a fan of spactcular blue polishes, a big yea for this one.
Swedish word of the day:
slemhinnor -noun pl. mucous membranes
Mina are fucked up!