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Solid Nails

  • Tiffany Case


  • Honey Ryder
  • Jinx

Get the Look:

I applied 1 coat of Essie First Base Base Coat, then applied 2 coats of Liquid Sand Tiffany Case all over leaving out my accent nail.


For the accent nail I  painted the entire nail with Honey Ryder and then used Jinx with my striping brush to create a perfect diagonal line.  Sometimes it’s easier if you don’t move the brush and you slightly roll your finger to get the straight line.  Using Jinx I colored in the rest of the nail with the striping brush near the cuticle and the sides and the regular brush that came with the polish for the center, making sure I had a minimal amount of polish on the brush so not to make it too thick.

 My Thoughts

I am loving OPI’s Bond Girls Liquid Sand Collection!  If you missed my last post comparing Zoya’s Pixie Dust polishes to OPI’s Liquid Sand you should definitly check it out.  For those who read the last post, not to be redundant but these colors wear so well!  I highly recommend all shades with the exception of Vesper.  For reasons I explained in the previous post.

In the photo above Tiffany Case, Honey Ryder and Jinx all spread evenly on the first coat.  They leave an opaque hard, textured finish & dry’s within the first minute.  Side note.. be sure not too load on the polish on the first and second coats.  This is naturally thick in consistency so you don’t need a lot to get full coverage. (Accept with Solitaire –  I recommend 3 coats)

My Favorite Bond Girl Liquid Sand Shades in order from Most Favorite to Least FavoriteOPI-BondGirls
& my recommendation for the amount of coats for each.

  1. Solitaire – 3 coats
  2. Pussy Galore – 2 – 3 coats
  3. Tiffany Case – 1 – 2 coats
  4. Honey Ryder 1 – 2 coats
  5. Jinx 1- 2 coats
  6. Vesper 2 coats

These HOT shades should be available at your local salon.  They hit the retail shelves early May.

Let me know.. What’s your favorite OPI Bond Girl Shade?

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*The photo above was taken outside with my Samsung Galaxy SIII You don’t need a fancy camera to get a great looking shot!  It’s all about the lighting and the angle in which you take the pic.

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