Sunday, 5 February 2012

OPI - It's Totally Fort Worth It

Hello everyone,

A quick post for today to celebrate my new net-book (my desktop is totally out of service and unfortunately lots of my pictures are still trapped on its hard-disk )!  Oh, well, it's a small, inexpensive laptop... Not exactly what I wanted, but that'll do it until I get something bigger and better: a desktop :) But that's all right, I don't regret buying this one because I'm sure it will be a great travel companion after all.
And luckily,  I have some drafts saved in my posts. So, until I receive my command of an adapter ATA -USB for hard-disks, I'll post the stuff I already uploaded in my drafts!

So today I'll be showing you another "last year"! It's OPI It's Totally Fort Worth it, from the Texas collection released for the spring in 2011.
This polish is got a cute gray-ish silvery base with this really nice pink shimmer, it's also got a very beautiful pearly finish ... but it is incredibly sheer! What you see in the pictures bellow is actually 4 coats!
I don't know about you, but me, I simply can't handle polishes that require 4 coats in order to get a bit opaque. I 'm sure that I'm not going to wear them because I cruelly lack spare time... And yes, 4 coats and still got VNL...! Too bad. 
The drying time is surprisingly good even with 4 coats.

I tried to do a Konad design using OPI Ski Teal We Drop, but it failed. So I added a coat of OPI DS Coronation on top of the mess :) and here is the result:

Oh well, too bad for this polish, but this makes the waiting for OPI Holland even harder!!! :D
They said it will be available in stores about middle of February... gna gna gna! ;D Can't wait! ;)

So, until then, let's see the conclusions about OPI It's Totally Fort Worth it:

In conclusion:

Application: 3/5
Formula: 1.5/5
Finish: 3/5
Drying time: 4.5/5
Opacity: 1/5

Overall: 2.6/5

Thank you everyone for watching!


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