OPI My Paprika is Hotter Than Yours: Swatch and Review

Hello gentle readers.

OPI My Paprika is Hotter than Yours is a hot, hot, hot slightly reddened orange with a silver microshimmer. This polish is perfect for Summer. It would be great for pedicures.

I applied three coats for this swatch and topped it with Seche Vite.





Like some of the other polishes in this particular collection, this creme is unusually thin, a bit watery. I had to apply three coats for full opacity and smoothing of the ridges on some of my nails. Other than that, the formula is very nice. It is smooth, silky and easy to apply and control. I didn't have to deal with streaking, dragging, pooling or bubbles. Dry time is decent.

What do you think of OPI My Paprika is Hotter Than Yours? Have you picked up this hot beauty, yet? Think that you might like to? Please do tell.

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

8 comments

  1. What a pretty polish!! Too bad the formula isn't better.

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  2. I love this one, such a vibrant color!

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  3. It is vibrant. I want a cool drink when I look at this polish. :D

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  4. Thank you. The formula isn't bad, it is just a bit thin, for a creme. For that reason, I needed three coats to get full opacity over my ridges. If you have smooth nails, you might only require two coats. :)

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  5. I think I only picked up one from this collection, but this has a really great spring vibe!

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  6. This is such a pretty color! I really like it!

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  7. Thank you. :D

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  8. I think that this would be great for Summer, too. In person, it has a reddened quality that my camera washed out. This would look fab on deeper skin and on pale girls with a tan. :D

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