OPI Absolutely Alice

Absolutely Alice is from OPI’s 2010 Alice in Wonderland Collection. I had heard a ton about this collection (and about this particular polish). I’ve learned in the nail polish world that alot of times hyped products are just a big let down. This is definitely not the case with Absolutely Alice. Right after I applied it, I told Katie “I might just throw away the rest of my nail polish and wear Absolutely Alice for the rest of my life.” Yes, it is that amazing!

Absolutely Alice is blue and gold glitter in a clear base. I found it to be thicker than other glitters, though. I had a hard time getting coats to go on thin. For this reason, two coats gave me almost an opaque look. I did do a third for good measure.

I took a ton of pictures of this polish to try and do it justice, but I as never successful. Even looking at this color in the bottle doesn’t do it justice. More pictures under the jump!

Alli

Without a flash:

With a flash:

I’m not even a real fan of glitter polishes but I LOVE this polish. So don’t walk, RUN to Ulta or where ever to pick up Absolutely Alice.

 

11 thoughts on “OPI Absolutely Alice

  1. […] OPI’s Mad as a Hatter is delightful. I was really looking foward to getting this and Absolutely Alice. Mad as a Hatter is a very fun glitter polish in a clear base. It applies quite thick and is opaque […]

  2. […] because well, I love blue and I love glitter and I was hoping it’d be a bit similar to OPI’s Absolutely Alice (which wasn’t in stores at the time). It goes on VERY thin – this was probably a good 4-5 coats […]

  3. […] suspended in a forest green jelly(ish) base. The glitter is rather fine, not chunky glitter like OPI’s Absolutely Alice or Sephora by OPI Too Good For Him. Due to this, when it’s on the nail, the polish […]

  4. […] picked up Alter Ego because in the bottle it struck me as the non glitter version of OPI Absolutely Alice. On the nail it reminds me less so of Alice, but it’s still an overall similar […]

  5. […] glitters I used are as follows: Wet n Wild Glitz, Sephora by OPI Too Good for Him, OPI Absolutely Alice, Ulta After Party and Forever 21 Love & Beauty Tinsel […]

  6. […] Tags: Glitter, OPI, Ulta trackback I always considered Ulta Alter Ego the non glitter version of OPI Absolutely Alice, so I figured, why not layer […]

  7. […] a beautiful teal with teal, gold, and silver glitter and the sparkle factor reminds me a bit of Absolutely Alice. It’s truly amazing for a polish that only costs 99 cents. When I think of mermaids – […]

  8. […] a glitter nail polish and I’m kind of loving it!  Makes me want to pull out my bottle of OPI Absolutely Alice and wear it (by the way, if you have AA, the denseness of the glitter and coverage is about the […]

  9. […] to minimize chipping. The only other times I’ve worn this polish it’s either been alone or over Ulta Alter Ego (which is very similar in color to Absolutely Alice), so I was surprised […]

  10. […] As I did with Lady Luck, I will definitely be trying this layered over another polish. But right now I just feel like it’s a less awesome version of OPI Absolutely Alice. […]

  11. […] Mad as a Hatter is delightful. I was really looking foward to getting this and Absolutely Alice. Mad as a Hatter is a very fun glitter polish in a clear base. It applies quite thick and is opaque […]

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