So the other day I went to an outlet type store called Factory Direct because I saw that they had OPI and Essie nail polishes at a highly discounted price. When I got there I only had one choice for Essie and wasn't sure that I wanted it but what caught my eye was this OPI polish called "Cozu-melted in the Sun." I knew I had to have it. It's a gorgeous pink shimmery colour that just seemed unique. In some light it seems very bronze-y which gives it some extra dimension along with the silver reflects.
I used three coats here, you need at least two, I used the third to make sure everything was smoothed out and the colour is very pigmented. I found the polish to be very thin on first coat and then it was thick and slightly difficult to work with. But once its on you can't really tell it appears very smooth once dried. However, nothing will deter me from using the polish again because its such a great colour.
I would recommend this colour because overall it is good quality and of course a great colour. I don't believe this colour is what you would call one of the permanent colours but I know that it is available on www.nailpolishcanada.com as of the moment for $10.50 CDN if you are interested in purchasing it!
Photos below are the Polish is sunlight, the bottom and two photos of my hands both with natural light but different angles so they appear slightly different.
This polish is a little tricky to take off as the shimmer tends to linger on your nails a bit.