Anyway, I think part of what intrigued me about this shatter was that it wasn't a metallic pink like China Glaze's Haute Metal, it looked more like a traditional pink polish.
|OPI Pink Shatter - Released in celebration of breast cancer month (October)|
This looks like a typical, slightly shimmery pink polish in the bottle.
How well does it shatter or crackle?
This dried and cracked fairly well, but not quite as well as I thought OPI's Silver Shatter did (see my review HERE). It applied well and the formula wasn't too thick or too thin, but it didn't crack as much as I expected.
|OPI Regis Pink Shatter - As you can see, this shatter isn't completely pink, it's more of a fuchsia once dried.|
This has OPI's wider brush, which I tend to find a bit too wide for my nails. I have fairly narrow nails, so the brush is over half as wide as all of my nails and makes application a bit awkward.
Ease of Application
I though this applied well.
This dried quickly like almost all crackles I've tried, but it did take several minutes for it to fully crack.
While I thought this was a bit different than other shatters I've seen, I was a tad disappointed by the fact that it didn't stay as pink as it looked in the bottle once it shattered. I also thought it wasn't quite as opaque as I would have preferred it to be. However, if you're looking for something other than the standard black shatter, you may like this.
I've seen this sell for as low as $6 on Amazon or as much as $11.50 in salons.
Where to Buy
It's reasonably priced on several retailers on Amazon. You can view it HERE.