Today I'm wearing OPI- Pink Friday under OPI Super Bass Shatter. I seem to be going through all the Nicki Minaj collection shades! This picture is with the flash. I thought Pink Friday would be very similar to OPI Sparrow Me the Drama, but Pink Friday is so much more bright. It reminds me of bubblegum. Pink Friday applied flawlessly with two coats. It is a great creme!
Here it is without the flash. Many are over the shatter trend, but I still enjoy it. I noticed that Super Bass shatter is the first shatter OPI has put out without a generic name like black, gold, blue... etc. I would describe it as a dark magenta/light purple with some shimmer. This combination is really girly.. almost too girly! There is definitely a lot of contrast.
Here is Pink Friday on its own.
Then a disaster took place...
I was organizing my collection, and I went to open a mini bottle of OPI Brisbane Bronze, and then *SNAP*. It's a shame this happened so I panicked! I needed to find another bottle to transfer Brisbane Bronze to. At least Brisbane Broze is part of the OPI Classics line, but I didn't want any of it to go to waste.
This is a bottle (or used to be) of Wet n Wild- Sparked. I had this for a really long time, and used a good bit of it to the point where it got goopy. Unfortunately it was before I got seriously interested in collecting polish and I added nail polish remover to it to thin it instead of thinner. What used to be a beautiful pink glitter turned into this gunk. Fortunately Wet n Wild rereleased Sparked as part of their Wild Shine line so I have the same shade, just in a different bottle style. I do miss the old Wet n Wild bottles/logos though.
The day was saved!! It took me forever to rinse out the old Wet n Wild Sparked before I could pour Brisbane Bronze in. I used pure acetone and an eye dropper. I spilled some acetone on my counter top and it dripped on the dishwasher (which is black) melting some of the plastic. Oops. Hopefully my landlord won't notice. I think I should invest in some empty bottles/metal balls incase an event like this occurs again.