Pros: Nice packaging, Doesn't need a lot of coats, larger bottle
Cons: Doesn't stay on like it should for the price.
I have never had acrylic nails or any sort of fake nails put on ever. My own nails are decent so I will stick with them for now. From reading some opinions on OPI polish, it appears that OPI is better suited for acrylic nails than real nails. Every now and then I purchase a $6 bottle of OPI at my hair salon. OPI has a fairly large selection of the sort of nail polish one would wear to work. Meaning that the colors are mostly your normal browns, reds, pinks mixed in with the occasional more risque color like an orangish/pink. The packaging of OPI polishes is more sophisticated suggesting that you're getting more out of this polish than you would a typical Covergirl or Revlon polish. I like the fact that the OPI bottle is a little bit larger than most polishes, but I guess it should be for the price. What I don't like about OPI is that one day after application, this polish will already start to peel or chip off. Yes I admit that I do not always put a base or top coat on, and yes sometimes I am not the most efficient manicurist but I have other polishes that hold up much better and cost a lot less also. For example, Revlon's fast drying polish holds up very nicely for me. OPI is a polish I will only purchase when I see a unique color that I can't find elsewhere or when I splurge on a manicure and my manicurist takes the time to put on enough base/top coats to make this polish stay put.