Wednesday 9 November 2011

OPI DS Temptation

I was still in a glitter mood so I decided that I couldn't wait any longer and really needed to try out DS Temptation.  As someone once said, 'I can resist anything except temptation', my sentiments exactly!  This is a lovely polish, its not the holographic finish that everyone has come to expect from the Designer Series but it is gorgeous nonetheless.  It has mutli colours of predominantly purple with magenta and silver tiny glitter particles suspended in a blue purple base.  The overall effect is stunning and one of those which I can't keep from looking at my nails, especially when the light catches them and they are sparkling away like something magical.

It did dry a little rough, and I needed to put a couple of generous layers of top coat on, but nothing bad for a glitter.  The formula was fine, not at all goopy and application was a breeze.  I applied three thin coats but I could have gotten away with two generous ones, but having said that if the polish does thicken up over time as polishes tend to do, then two coats would be fine.

So overall I do love this polish, but is it special enough to warrant the higher price tag that the DS series demands?  In my honest opinion, no it isn't but it is still a beautiful polish and one I'm glad I have.  If I knew before I bought it what I know now would I still have bought it?  Hell yes!  On with the pics (which as usual are click-able) sit back, relax and enjoy the awesome purple prettiness :)


Shade, natural daylight


Refined and Polished said...

Gorgeous! I want this!

Vita said...

I love the deep inky shade of this purple. Still in my untrieds too - shame on me!

Blingernails said...

Yes Vita shame on you! This looks even better in reality than it does in photo's, a great fall party polish too :) so you have no excuse not to try it now :)

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Blingernails said...

The 'comment deleted' I have left there instead of deleting entirely which I could have. Basically it was someone link spamming their blog. It happens and generally I don't remove them but this one wasn't even a follower of my blog! Sorry people thats just taking the piss OK. If you want me to look at your blog, hell just email me, I will even add you to my blog roll, (even if you arn't a follower) if I like your blog. /Rant over

Fash Boulevard said...

love this shade. fabulous. so glad I stumbled upon your blog. totally following. If you get second, I'd love if you'd check out mine. It's all about the adventures of a east coast girl turned LA stylist. thanks, love. xo

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