The new Liquid Sand formula features a groundbreaking technology that offers a textured and matte finish, infused with a reflective sparkle. When worn without a top coat, the Liquid Sand polishes give a textured matte finish.
All swatches include three thin coats of the Liquid Sand polishes over the OPI Natural Nails Base Coat. There is no top coat on any of the swatches, but within the next couple of weeks these polishes will be featured in NOTD's; with a top coat and without a top coat.When a top coat is worn with these polishes, they give the appearance of polished stone.
When applying the nail polish to the swatches, I could feel the grittiness of the textured base through each brush stroke.
Stay The Night is a matte black with red glints of glitter particles. The nail polish was the sheerest out of all the Liquid Sand shades, so when wearing this, I would wear a thin coat of a black nail polish underneath if you like the look of full opaque nail polish (unless you want do do more than three coats). The polish also only contains one size glitter; a very fine glitter that looks red or pink under different lights.
Get Your Number is a matte blue with dynamic sparkles. I love the textured base in this polish with the very fine holographic glitter throughout it sparsely; as well as other different size holographic glitter. If this nail polish didn't have a Liquid Sand finish, it looks like a blue version of OPI Teenage Dream, and the bright blue colour with the glitter reminds me of OPI Absolutely Alice (both colours mentioned are discontinued).
The Impossible is a matte fuchsia shade with confetti stars. The base of this colour is similar to Get Your Number; however it contains larger hexagon-shaped holographic glitter, the fine pink/red glitter that is seen in Stay The Night, and holographic stars! The problem I had with the stars were that they all had sunk to the bottom of the bottle. After standing the bottle upside down for ten minutes, some of the stars had moved, but I luckily found one around the neck of the bottle to fish out and put in my swatch.
Can't Let Go is a matte purple with a dazzling sparkle. The base of this colour is textured with very fine purple glitter throughout it sparsely; as well as slightly larger purple glitter and larger purple hexagon-shaped glitter. The colour was the most opaque out of the Liquid Sand colours.
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored. All products mentioned were purchased by myself.