OPI Liquid Sand in Can't Let Go: Swatch and Review

Hello gentle readers.

Today I am sharing my swatch and photographs of OPI Liquid Sand polish in Can't Let go. This is Liquid Sand polish is purple with that same sand, tiny square and small hex glitter pieces. If you would like a more in depth description and review, Please click here to travel to my first post on these polishes.

This swatch is three coats and no top coat.

I also played with this by applying Orly Matte Top to my pinkie and middle nails and Seche Vite to my ring and index nails. The effect is just like with Get Your Number.

Pretty, huh?

What do you think of OPI Can't Let Go? Do you prefer the purple? Love the blue? Do tell.

Thank you so much for popping in and reading. Have a great day and may your polish never bubble.


  1. ohhh wow. I am on a purple/violet streak right now for some reason and cannot get enough of it. in anything and this polish is speaking to me. loudly. i'm not such a fan of the hexagon pieces in it...but the shade. love it! what is it about purple and especially lately that makes me crave it more and more. That purpley hologram polish from the other day - trying to find it too. my goodness this one is pretty!

  2. Bite the bullet, love the hex and go for it. If you need purple, you need purple. :D

    I bought those Color Club Halo Hues on Amazon. Good price, low shipping and fast delivery.

    You are craving and loving purple, huh? I have one on my nails, right now that will slap you silly when you see it. You WILL want it. 3:)

  3. I'm usually not a fan of hex glitter pieces. However, I really like they blend in and don't stick out too much here.

  4. They are a lot less visible when the polish is worn as it is intended. The hex pieces really pop if you use a shiny top coat. :)

  5. I love all of the Liquid Sand polishes, and this one looks great on you!

    Also, your spring blog header is freaking ADORABLE!

  6. Thank you so much. :)

    I thought it would be fun to inject a little colour and girlie into the old blog for Spring. :D


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