OPI Eurso Euro nail polish is one hell of a blue nail polish, lemme tell you.
Here’s the thing about true rich blue lacquers: they don’t have great opacity. Normally blue polishes in true medium blue tend to be somewhat sheer as they lack white pigment (great for bulking out a nail polish as well as adding opacity) or black pigment (adds depth of colour). Blue pigment itself is quite small in terms of particle size and the small the pigment particle is, the more sheer and thin a lacquer will appear to be. Nail polish, paint, hair dye – it’s all the same thing when it comes to blue. Blue can look washy and watery, and it’s all because of that small pigment particle size.
Which brings me to OPI Eurso Euro nail polish! This rich blue lacquer has opacity. Lots of opacity, even. Drumroll please: it’s a one-coater. It’s a big, bright, ballsy blue that applied flawlessly smooth with no bald spots or streaks. Ridic impressive. It dried a shade darker than the bottle colour, but it’s not a dealbreaker as there’s still enough colour to stand out and not look muddy or black.
Seriously though. A one coat medium blue lacquer. This is some Holy Grail level stuff right here.
This item was purchased by swatchgirl.com.