Tuesday, February 2, 2010

NOTD: OPI Lincoln Park After Dark Suede

Hello everyone!
Hope you all had a great weekend! Today I'm showing you this beauty, Lincoln Park After Dark from OPI's suede collection.

Lincoln Park After Dark Suede - with topcoat

I love these suede polishes, they have this superpretty silver microglitter in them which makes them different and special. I prefer to wear them with topcoat because I love the shine and dimension it gives. It also helps a great deal on the durability of these polishes. This was 2 coats and application is good if you work somewhat fast, they dry really fast so if you don't cover your whole nail fast enough you might get dragging, streaks etc. but OPI's wide brush really helps with that. I don't own the original LPAD but as far as I know this looks nothing like it, imo they should have named it something new. It's really gorgeous, almost like a slightly blackened purple basecolour, in most lights the egdes look really dark and the middle is purple and the silver glitter brightens it some and makes it interesting to look at.

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15 comments:

Michelle said...

What a great colour! I really like suedes, especially with topcoat.

KONADomania said...

Gorgeous polish and nails<3

Kirsten (The Dutch Nail Blog) said...

Does the awesomeness of suedes ever end? It looks stunning with a topcoat!

gildedangel said...

It looks amazing shiny!

Danica said...

Oh I think I have to get this one, it looks gorgeous.

Kelly/PlaneBeauty said...

I like the look of this, very pretty!

Jessica said...

These suedes look amazing with a top coat! Beautiful nails.

Michèle said...

Oh wow, I have this one too, but never used a top coat on it before, definitely going to do this soon :-D

witoxicity said...

Wow, that is indeed very nice! I love it! :)

Solveig said...

Looks absolutely gorgeous with a topcoat!

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rmcandlelight (nailsbeautiqued) said...

Gorgeous! I missed out of this one :)

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