Opi dating royal collection
Blue can be a difficult colour to pull off at work, but this blue is very corporate/classy.The only reason I marked it …Dating a Royal is a pretty, somewhat muted royal blue cream.Here's what it looked like: As I started to apply the second coat of OPI I noticed that with two coats of OPI "Dating A Royal" and one coat of China Glaze "Man Hunt" that all three of my nails looked nearly identical.I decided to snap a photo of this because to me they actually look like real dupes at this stage: But of course when I wear nail polish (and most bloggers do the same) I always put on two coats of the colored polish I want to wear.Usually I save the touch ups for the end, but the best picture of the finished nails was one I took before I touched up my nails! Dating a Royal is from the Spring 2008 OPI Brights Collection. I have put off trying this one for a while, as it didn’t look anything special, but I absolutely loved wearing it.Also typical of a jelly, it's got a gorgeous, almost vinyl-shiny finish.The first coat is streaky; this is the case with every jelly I've ever used, and this polish is no exception.
I don't think this is a terribly unique color, but if you love blues or the OPI formula, then it is worth having in your stash.The watery formula of "Dating A Royal" makes it very hard to get an even coat of polish on your fingers.Here's the finished product: Overall both nail polishes are pretty colors and I adore OPI's "Dating A Royal" because of the name and for the wide brush head which does help put the polish on better.I decided to swatch both of the polishes and find out for sure if the polishes are dupers or not. Aside from color I also noticed that OPI's "Dating A Royal" was more watery.After one coat of nail polish it was easy to tell the polish apart based on how well the nail was covered.
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If I had to pick one I would pick China Glaze's "Man Hunt" because of the formula quality.