Hello all! I have a lovely OPI polish to show you today - this is Significant Other Color and I won it in Mel of Nail & Polish's giveaway. In the bottle, Significant Other Color is a pale pink with a spring-green duochrome shift. I didn't think I would like it, but then I put it on my nails and I was blown away.
Since Significant Other Color is a sheer polish, I tried a few different applications to see what worked best - I used one coat of A England Camelot as my black and two coats of Illamasqua Scorch for my white.
At one coat, Significant Other Colour gives the nail a shimmery pink sheen that shows a peek of green in some lights - I think that I will definitely wear it at one coat for a simple, barely-there mani in the future, perhaps with a coat of a sheer white on top! At four coats, Significant Other Color is opaque and it give the nail a pearly look - the green shift is definitely apparent. Over black, the duochrome shift is very dramatic, with both the pink and green very visible. I think if I put another coat on top, I could eliminate some of the brush strokes a bit - but this combination definitely make for a striking mani! Finally, over white - none of the duochrome goodness is visible, unfortunately, leaving simply a slightly shimmery shade of pale pink.
I love, love, love this polish, much more than I expected! I think it looks best at four coats by itself and at one coat over black, but I'll wear it at one coat over my bare nails for a lighter look as well.
|Base & top coat:||Base - none|
Top - none
|Polish used:||Index: Illamasqua Scorch (two coats), OPI Significant Other Color (one coat)|
Middle: A England Camelot (one coat), OPI Significant Other Color (one coat)
Ring: OPI Significant Other Color (four coats)
Pinky: OPI Significant Other Color (one coat)