Wednesday, 19 March 2014

OPI - Manicurist of Seville

Today I have a polish from OPI to show you.

Manicurist of Seville is a berry red creme polish from OPI's 2009 España collection.
It's a very pretty red that gives your nails a bit of a classic look.

The formula is a bit thin, but it is great to work with and applies easily and even on the nail. It took me 3 thin coats to be totally happy with the opacity, but it dried fairly quickly so it wasn't much of a problem.

I didn't use top coat for the photos.

Ok so I wanted to do something with it and I thought of stamping a bit, but I have not been stamping for a while because my nails are too long for the full nail designs I have and I don't like it if there are missing 1-2 mm, but then I found a great youtube video that shows how you can stretch the designs and it's super easy and I don't know why I haven't thought of this before... Take a look at this video.

I tried it out and wouldn't you know, it worked! I can now use my full nail designs again *yay*

I used a black stamping polish from Dashica and finished the mani off with a layer of top coat.

What do you think?

Opacity: 6/10
Colour, prettiness: 8/10
Value for money: 7/10
Overall: 7/10
Buy again: Maybe


  1. I love red and black together! And that was a pretty cool video, even though I often have the opposite problem with stamps :D

    1. I can fix that too. She's got a video for shrinking the image as well :D