Jon's sister gave me the OPI Rock Goddess mini set for Christmas, and today I have swatches of all 4 shades. I used the red and yellow as the base colours for nail art in my last post, but today I'll be showing unadorned swatches.
OPI Rock Goddess set:
OPI Stand in Lime For Days:
Stand in Lime for Days is a celery green creme. As with Yellopalooza, Stand in Lime for Days has a toned down quality to it that keeps it from getting to harsh. If you were sporting this green, people would notice your nail polish, but wouldn't distract during the entire outing. Also the same as Yellopalooza, was the tricky formula. Shown here is 3 coats.
OPI Rolling Bones:
Rolling Bones is a sheer dark grey shimmer polish with flashes of gold, red, blue, and something else I can't put my finger on... iridescence perhaps? It took 3 coats to have full coverage. I added a 4th coat just to see if additional dept could be achieved, but the 4th coat made no difference. This is a 3 coater. I had no application issues. Shown here without top coat, I wore as-is for 2 days and had no chips or tip wear.
OPI The Drummer is Hot:
My overall thoughts on this set is I love the colours, but I don't care for the application of Yellopalooza and Stand in Lime for Days. I also get a spring-time vibe from this collection versus Halloween, which is what this collection was created for. OPI Rock Goddess set also comes with a cute adjustable black macrame skull bracelet, which is a nice extra.
What do you guys think of this OPI set? Do you prefer to buy your nail polish in minis to test before committing to full size, or do you leap right in with full-size bottles? I prefer full size bottles, but minis are great for trends you're not ready to dip you toes into (like bright yellow nail polish for some peeps!!).
Have a great day!