Orly Nail Lacquer - Clear - #20039
ORLY is one of the nail industry's most renowned brand. Orly seasonally introduces new collections and updates its array of permanent polishes and lacquers. By diligently analyzing fashion trends and precisely custom-blending hues, Orly has established a dynamic palette composed of subtle sheers, vivid crèmes, dazzling shimmers, smooth glitters and hot neons.
Each Orly lacquer is free of DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde and features their award-winning Gripper Cap. Streak-free coverage and brush-ability and each fast-drying shade is formulated with UV inhibitors to prevent fading and yellowing.
- Wide variety of shades to complement fashion trends
- Natural pearl for shine and durability
- UV inhibitors prevent fading
- Streak-free coverage
This is the French Manicure for a mermaid!I love this magical pinky polish. It reminds me of L'Oreal Sea Lily lipstick (from decades ago). This shade is fun and classy and it goes with everything (especially fish tails).
I have a few gray polishes and I like this one the best. Application was really smooth and something about this gray was cool tone, and not dreary. I paired this with a pink maxi dress and got so many compliments on my polish and several workers at ulta asked what color I was wearing. If you look really closely, once polish is applied, there are these dark little speckles(they are not very noticeable but are a nice touch). I am glad I splurged on this shade. Its the only gray I own that is cool toned enough to wear in the summer time as well as the winter.
Great color. Good quality. With a base coat and a top coat, it lasted 3 days before chipping. But why does a good nail polish comes with a crappy brush??!! That brush totally ruin the whole good impression I have for Orly Nail Polish. It's so small. Makes it impossible to brush the polish on evenly. Therefore it comes out thick and streaky. I put on two coats and it looks a little better but it's still uneven.
Orly's Raspberry Ice is a blue-based medium-light shimmery pink in the bottle. On the nail, however, what I ended up with was a dull, chalky, muted pink. The application was very streaky (but opaque in two coats) and the finished result was not matte but definitely not shiny. This one needs a top coat, which helps but still. . . . one would expect there to be some sort of shine to the polish. The only thing going for this polish is the rubberized handle which is a Godsend. Overall, I give this two thumbs down because it just looks awful.
I'm surprised at the bad reviews for this. This is really a very sheer wash of blue based pink with some iridescence in it. It's *very* similar to Bare Rose by Orly which is just, again, a very sheer wash of blue based red/pink meant to make you look like your nails are naturally rosy. Honestly Des Fleurs reminds me of Bare Rose *with* Magnifique as a top coat that has 'optical brighteners' that makes it looks a bit iridescent, only Des Fleurs is *more* iridescent than that. I think it's lovely, and I can't imagine it being considered garish, but admittedly I have only used it with one coat. I think the very point of this polish is to look natural. I do sometimes put on more than one coat of Bare Rose and I might try that with Des Fleurs, too, but one coat makes it look, I think, how it is supposed to look.