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Sephora By OPI It's All About Me

I've finally found my purrrrrrrfect pink. No really, this time, I swear I did. I know I've said the same thing the past 9 times... but this... thiiiiiis is thee one. (Seriously!) Presenting... It's All About Me!

SOPI It's All About Me
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Sephora by OPI It's All About Me
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SOPI It's All About Me
Sunlight

Sephora by OPI It's All About Me
Shade

SOPI It's All About Me
Sunlight

SOPI It's All About Me
Shade

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats Sephora By OPI It's All About Me
1 Coat Borghese Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

I purchased this polish at Big Lots, while they still had a decent stock of SOPI polishes. There were a good deal of these in stock for a little while, but they definitely went fast. What can you really expect? Mark down a $9 bottle of polish to under 2 bucks and it does funny things to us polishaholics! I picked this up and put it down so many times, thinking that it had to be a dupe for a polish I already owned. But, you know me, I finally broke down and brought it home to meet the rest of the stash. I needed something bright on my nails after so much pastel this past week, and It's All About Me was just begging to be used from inside its shrinkwrap.

Can I just say now, that I regret not buying every.single.bottle?

The finish on this really surprised me. It's not as much of a jelly finish like Do You Think I'm Tex-Y? from OPI... but it's also not a creme finish like OPI Conquist-adorable Color. It's a similar raspberry pink shade with a finish that isn't jelly, but it's not what I would consider to be a crelly finish, either. I think my VNL is a bit more visible with It's All About Me than your average crelly. You guys... I was sooooo surprised by this polish, and I love a good, unexpected surprise.

The formula was great... very easy to apply, and it went on evenly. I probably could've gotten away with 2 coats, but I went for 3 because I love a good, solid coating o' polish on my nails. I also wanted to make sure the finish would end up how I thought it would... and it totally did! So, yaaaaaaay for the little things, right? :)

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