Labels: Sephora by OPISomething I do - I read a color description and go "Ooo!" and order the polishes. I fall for this with Sephora By OPI all the damn time. I have a few that I really like (Metro Chic, Dark Room) but I have found that the formula is inconsistent and they are $9 which makes my cheap soul wince.
I saw the Rocker Chic collection and decided to purchase a few. Well six to be exact. My opinion - they are unoriginal and really nothing to write home about. In fact, the written descriptions are way better than the actual polish. I regret buying them and that doesn't happen often.
The photos were taken under my Ott because the weather here has been funky. These photograph way better than they look in real life.
Just A Little Dangerous is described as an opaque metallic amethyst. It is not opaque and it is not metallic. It is amethyst. It's an amethyst shimmer that needed 4 coats to be opaque. Save your money and get Milani Totally Cool, Color Club Electronica or China Glaze Let's Groove.
Go My Own Way is described as a sheer muted teal blue with fine blue glitter. I really, really think they got the description mixed up with Club Scene Queen. This isn't sheer or teal. This is a muted greyish blue with sparse (very sparse) blue glitter. The base color of this remind me of OPI Glacier Bay Blues. I found this one to be frosty. Pity because I really like the color.
Club Scene Queen is described as a sheer smoky gray with fine blue glitter. Description is wrong! This is a really sheer teal with shimmer. I layered this over black. If you want a great blackened teal check out Barielle Blackened Bleu or China Glaze Rodeo Fanatic. If you want a shimmery teal/blue with some depth try Sally Hansen Laser.
Already Famous is described as a sheer pewter with medium champagne and silver glitter. No pewter tones to this at all. To me, this is a straight up champagne gold. The formula on this one was tricky and it tended to pool and give me bald spots. I suggest Orly Foil Fx collection for interesting metal shades.
Rock His World is described as an opaque deep cranberry. A brown based cranberry red. Not unique and their are way better formulas for this color.
Do I Know You is described as an opaque dusty rose beige. I have no idea why I bought this one. I'm not usually drawn to colors like this. I do like this one but, again, the formula was touchy and it's not very original. Diamond Cosmetics Smokey Rose is a good option if you are looking for something like this.
So yeah. Not impressed.