OPI Liquid Sand in Stay the Night: Swatch and Review

Hello gentle readers.

It is time to share the final OPI Liquid Sand polish I have from the Miriah Carey Collection. This is Stay the Night. Black jelly base packed with tiny pink square glitter and that sand to create that unique Liquid Sand texture.

This polish is a little different from the others. It is a little more shiny, vinyl like and has a bit more texture. Like the other Liquid sand polishes, it has a great formula and is easy and pleasant to apply. I think of the four, this one is my favorite. It is certainly the most unusual of the bunch. Edgy yet girlie and very fun.

This swatch is three coats.





And here is Stay the night with Orly matte Top on my pinkie and middle nails and Seche Vite on my ring and index. I really like this one with the top coats, too.



So, there we go. Four fun Liquid Sand polishes. Which is your favorite? Did you buy any or all of these? If you think that you'd like any, they are out and about, right now. 

Thank you so much for reading my OPI Liquid Sand miniseries. I hope that you enjoyed these posts and found them informative. Have a great day and may your polish never bubble. 

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  2. I much prefer the ones with the top coat as well, I like the more smooth glossy finishes. The matte one isn't my thing. Nice swatch

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  3. Thanks for the post...this is the only one I bought. I was hoping it would have the rough feel of the CG ?concrete(cg in the city) group....but I can always topcoat these if they feel "plastic".

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