OPI Infinite Shine : Bubble Bath


Hey there everyone! Today I will  sharing another polish I received from OPI as part of the PreenMeVIP program! Its Bubble Bath which is a very neutral color. 



This polish is a very light shade and has a very thin formula like the regular bubble bath. It needed a full 3 coats to get to this opaqueness. So this one you are really going to want to love the color in order to make it worth the 3 coats. I personally feel like this color can be found by many companies and some may not be 3 coats. So that just comes to personal preference. 

If you have seen the past two posts here is the "Infinite Shine" details, since its not regular polish.

In the world of polish right now there are 3 types of polishes that you hear about. Regular polishgel polish and hybrid polish. Now you may be think hybrid polish? Whaaaattt? Well it's a real thing I promise. It's basically regular nail polish how ever they come more as a "system" with a specific base and top, and you use them all within the same company. Most companies advertise that the manicure will last with no chips up to 10-14 days. The day number depends on the brand. Now you may be wondering where do I find these hybrid polishes and how come I haven't seen them. The answer to that is you probably have seen them and you can find them everywhere! The reason you probably have realized it is that every brand seems to have a different name for them. China Glaze has Ever Glaze, Essie has Gel Couture, OPI is Infinite Shine and so on. They like to compare them to gels saying they last like gels. Now if you are like me and you don't care for gels these hybrids may be a good answer. They are supposed to be long lasting, and they are applied just like regular polish and removed like regular polish, you just have to follow that brands "system"! That in my opinion seems like a do able thing if you want a longer lasting mani and if it truly is long lasting!


Overall I wasn't super impressed with this polish. I personally like 2 coats max, the only case I will be ok with 3 is if it will for sure dry and I have to LOVE the color. So this one for me doesn't pass the ok for a 3 coater. So what do you all think of this color? Does it pass your 3 coater requirements?

Happy Painting! 

~25 Sweetpeas

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