Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

Project Revamp

If you could revamp OPI Nail Polish, what would you change? What would you keep the same? How would you make it an even better product?

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13 thoughts on “Project Revamp: OPI Nail Polish

  1. Jenna

    The Pro-Wide brush, the bottle design, the consistency and wear-resistance, I wouldn’t change at all. I would, however, like to see a wider array of cremes! I’d love to have a deep dark blue nail polish (a Chanel dupe, perhaps?) that isn’t full of glitter!

    • lina

      it’s not deep dark blue, but it’s a cornflower blue cream…it’s called “dating a royal” it’s actually really nice!

  2. Brooke

    It’s hard to come up with things to change, OPI is holy grail material. But I do like Jenna’s idea.

  3. NJ

    I’m with Jenna, more cremes! They’re usually harder to find in the general market as it is :(

  4. Kristine

    I would love if I could apply just one coat of them, and then it would be perfect right away; I hate layering nailpolish!

  5. Liz

    Quick dry formula!!!

  6. Robin

    I’d make the bottles smaller (and charge less). I can never even get close to using all of it!

  7. cloudburst

    Smaller bottles for less $.

  8. Jessica

    I don’t know if any of you have the problem but my nails chip not the actual naill polish but my nails and it only happens when I apply opi same with all my friends…

  9. Annie

    I wouldnt change a thing now that they finally took out all the harmful chemicals like DBP (dibutyl phthalalate), Toulene and Formaldehyde. Too bad some of my older bottles still have them.. Im probably going to throw them away.. SAD :( But i’d rather be paranoid then get cancer..

  10. They chip sooooo bad. I would make it so it didn’t chip.

  11. I don’t know what it is about OPI but I’m a bit sloppy with my application I guess but the lid gets stuck and I can’t open it anymore. One time I tried things people suggested: heating and then trying, using an elastic, and a bunch of other things and one time I read one that said tap lightly. Well I guess I tapped too hard and the bottle broke and spilled everywhere, I haven’t had this problem with any other nail polish so I’d definitely fix that. As well as the chipping.

  12. lina

    smaller bottles for less $, and i find the new formula goes on thinner (especially for mattes) so sometimes i even have to put 3 coats on to make it fully opaque