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Monday, May 16, 2011

OPI Swatches - Rally Pretty Pink and Red Shatter

I was out and about at the mall this past weekend, looking for a dress for my daughter's 8th grade graduation. I stumbled upon this OPI set at the Boston Store and decided to get it since I wasn't sure what are the odds of me running into them again. I didn't know if they were going to sell out fast or not.

 This set cost me about $18.00. Expensive, I know but I really wanted it, lol. Perhaps you can get it for cheaper somewhere else. I remember when black shatter came out, it was sold out before I even got a chance to see it. I didn't want that to happen again so I bought it.

 Rally Pretty Pink is a mauve purple with lots of gold sparkles. The gold shimmers are fine but extremely shinny and sparkly and give off that glittery effect. They are so intense (much more than pictured) that they literally glow on your nails. The application leans on the sheer side even with two coats.

 Without flash

 With Flash

Red Shatter appears to be a true red.

 It dries matte, which is a nice contrast again Rally Pretty Pink. However, I feel like it looks dull like that. I'm glad to see that it shatters very nicely though.

I added Seche Vite top coat and it instantly added gloss and shine to the entire nail look. It also deepended the color of Red Shatter.

This is also my nails of the week. Hope you enjoyed this post. Let me know where you got your Red Shatter if you purchased one.


  1. i really like the first shade

  2. D8 Woah. Your daughter's in 8th grade? You Look So good for someone who's daughter is about 13. :O I thought you were in the early 20's. XD

  3. Kathy, I get that often and so does my daughter. All her friends are like wow your mom is so young and pretty.


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