OPI: Guy Meets Gal-Veeston

Guy Meets Gal-Veeston

This is my last OPI Texas sorbet to show you guys. I’ve been looking forward to wearing this one. It’s the most coral polish of the sorbets, leaning more pink than orange. Coral is the quintessential summer color, so I’m glad OPI put one in this summer collection. It fits perfectly with the squishy, jelly finish. This polish is awesome. It’s bright, glossy, and fun. The pinky, orange  tone is always flattering on every skintone. Coral is such a great color for the warm seasons and I’m sure you guys are also looking forward to wearing it on your nails.

So summery!

Guy Meets Gal-Veston’s juicy finish just screams to be worn on vacation or on a hot summer day (Too bad the low today is 18! What the hell!). This sorbet seems to be the mean of all the sorbets in this collection. The baby polish of all of them put together. A nice balance, although I would definitely  classify it as a pink based coral.

Guy Meets Gal-Veston

Like I keep saying, the end product of these polishes is great. An even, opaque, beautiful finish in 3 coats. The finish of this polish seems like it was meant for this color. It’s so summery and carefree. This polish also ended up looking just like the bottle color, no questions asked (Unlike Houston We Have A Purple). I would definitely say this would be one of my favorites from this collection! Along with Big Hair..Big Nails and Too Hot Pink To Hold ‘Em.

Where to Buy: Ulta / JCPenny’s / Dillard’s / Trade Secret / Online Retailers / $8.50

Anyone else loving this polish? Did you go on a polish buying binge this weekend? Do tell!

– Liz

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