OPI Which Is Witch Review – Oz the Great and Powerful collection
This is another polish from the ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ collection. I’m not usually drawn to bar glitter, as I’ve mentioned before, but this is very pretty.
‘Which Is Witch’ is a clear base with holographic bars, medium hexs and tiny glitter. It applies very well and not much placement is needed to ensure even application. You’ll be very happy to hear that the glitter doesn’t curl (unlike the shambles that is ‘When Monkey’s Fly’), so the finish is lovely and smooth.
I truly love this polish: look how shiny it is! This catches the light in such a beautiful way.
This polish was applied over a base of Kiko ‘275 Black’ and I applied it at the base of the nail and slowly pulled the glitter up the nail to make a subtle gradient effect. It was then topped with Seche Vite.
Seventeen Potion Nail Varnish
I actually bought this polish ages ago but I took so long to get round to swatching it that I forgot just how pretty it looked. I think I first picked it up hoping that it was a (much, much more affordable) Chanel ‘Peridot’ dupe.
OPI Do You Think I’m Tex y nail varnish
I was very excited to try this polish as it’s a new finish called ‘sorbet’. OPI brought this out in the Texas Collection last year and I have been so intrigued. Sorbets are slightly sheer polishes that dry to a really high shine. This is a sumptuous berry-fuschia that is so flattering.
This took 4 coats to achieve this opacity and this is no top coat so you can see just how beautifully shiny it is. The VNL does bother me, but that’s probably more noticeable because my nails are so long, with shorter nails you probably wouldn’t even see it.
If you want to see some other polishes from the OPI Texas collection, I’ve reviewed Do You Think I’m Tex-y HERE, It’s Totally Fort Worth It HERE, and Y’All Come Back Ya Hear?’ HERE.
I can’t find this polish for sale online anymore, but you can see all of the beautiful OPI nail varnish ranges HERE.