Ink is from OPI’s Night Brights collection. I didn’t pick it up initially because it reminded me so much of Russian Navy, but it was in a Spring Chic mini set at Ulta that came free with any OPI purchase of $10 or more. Now I’m pretty sad I never picked up the full size!
Ink is a blurple packed with microglitter. It lacks the red microglitter of Russian Navy, so appears more purple. I don’t find it to look black in low lighting, either.
As for application, the formula itself is great. Not at all runny, opaque with two coats.
So this is where I rant about OPI minis. First of all, it’s ridiculous they are not labeled. I just don’t think it’s that much to ask for a company to label ALL of their nail polish. Secondly, the top is SO SMALL. It’s very hard to even hold onto and certainly difficult to navigate (you can tell by my very poor application). And lastly, the brush itself is terrible. It’s thin yet long. Really, just terrible. I love the idea of mini bottles. I own far too much nail polish to ever use entire bottles. But the frustration of using OPI minis makes it almost not worth it. Take a hint from Orly, OPI, make better mini bottles!
Sorry for the rant! Hope everyone is having a fabulous week 🙂