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Finally, yay! I have few OPI Muppets polishes, mostly miniatures, and they are gorgeous! Muppets collection is this year's holiday collection and as well as last year it consists of six shimmery and six glitter polishes. I got the set of four miniatures for start but I think I will need some full size ones as well.

I will start with a very unique shade - Designer... de Better!

Designer... de Better! - silver foil packed with orange flecks. This is a great polish! It's so shiny! It applied great and the pigmentation is good so I've used 2 thicker coats. Drying time was average but you can use fast drying top coat. The only problem was the small brush that comes with the OPI minis (of course, my choice..). I've never seen the same shade anywhere so for me this is definitely a unique shade. Sure I've seen silver foil polishes but they haven't had the orange flecks. Overall beautiful shade which I would like to have in a full size.

(Click to enlarge, especially this one!)

Hello lovelies :) I was quite excited to swatch OPI DS Bold but I had to wait sooo long till my nail will grow back. But now, here it is:

OPI DS Bold - silver glitter in a pink jelly base. This polish is very different from other Designer Series shades. Other ones are hologhraphic with tiny particles but Bold os a glitter nail polish. I was a bit surprised about that...why? Designes Series polishes are amazing, holographic and some of them even unique! Well I will then judge Bold as a glitter nail polish. it has been introduced just very recently together with the second new shade - Temptation.

Bold applies very easily, it has loads of glitter so you don't have to worry about applying five coats...well you'll need to apply three...or two very generous ones. I have three coats in the pictures and one layer of topcoat. It dried reasonably fast and was really chip resistant. It's glitter so removal will be a bit difficult. But just soak the cotton bud with nail polish remover, hold it on the nail for 5-10 minutes and it will be easy to remove.

I already own somehow similar nail polish - Zoya Astra. I've compared both. They differ in colour and also I've used only two coats of Zoya. Zoya is applied without topcoat, OPI has one layer of topcoat (yeah, sorry about that, I was truly lazy).

*Product in this post was provided for a review