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From their OPI Fiji Collection for Spring 2017, I Can Never Hut Up is a fantastic gray polish! Lo...
From their OPI Fiji Collection for Spring 2017, I Can Never Hut Up is a fantastic gray polish! Love it! Smooth, creamy, goes on well, self levels, stays on a week without chipping (2 coats and a top coat of Seche Vite). And it's a fantastic color, almost a happy gray...if there is such a thing!. There are so many disappointing gray shades, some too light, too dark, streaky. I Can Never Hut Up is none of those things. It's a medium gray, blue toned with a slight green iridescence (NOT gaudy). It's chameleon like, when worn with aqua it seems to blend, worn with green-it brings the green out. And of course, worn with gray, black and navy it's fabulous! I will wear this often, highly recommend.
Meh overall. Blue-tinged grey polish, and there are better ones out there IMO. From their Fiji Collection for Spring 2017, OPI's I Can Never Hut Up is a light/medium grey creme with a very slight pearl finish. There's also a faint green iridescent shimmer that's more visible in the bottle than on the nail. You can see it, but only if you're really looking. In short, it's just a grey polish.Good OPI formula though. Opaque in two coats and no problems with application or wear. But this polish was a letdown overall for me. It's probably just a matter of skintone, but this is the type of shade that just begs for a glitter top coat or SOMETHING to liven it up.Similar shades that I would recommend over this one are Zoya's August or Essie's Cocktail Bling.I didn't love this one and I wouldn't buy it again.
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