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[OPI] NLE77 Hands Off My Kielbasa! [Euro Centrale]

by OPI

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HANDS OFF MY KIELBASA
  • With a superior range of shades and the hottest special effects and textures, OPI is the go-to brand for nail fashion.
  • From elegant classics to eye-popping brights, OPI has your color!
  • Formaldehyde-free
  • 0.5 fl oz.
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Product Description

Color: HANDS OFF MY KIELBASA

With a superior range of shades and the hottest special effects and textures, OPI is the go-to brand for nail fashion. From elegant classics to eye-popping brights, OPI has your color! Formaldehyde-free 0.5 fl oz.

Product Details

Color: HANDS OFF MY KIELBASA
  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 1.3 x 3.1 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00BB2VOTC
  • UPC: 885526614005 000009498518
  • Item model number: NL E77
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (468 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,902 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

Lasted well, went on smooth, & dried quickly.
DeeRae N.
Lots of compliments on the color. great late summer fall color.
Karen Pierson-Rodrigo
The color looks exactly like it does in the picture.
T. Reynolds

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

134 of 134 people found the following review helpful By a consumer on May 16, 2011
Color Name: Black Shatter
Having used shatter or crackle polish by OPI, LaRosa and China Glaze, I have some basis for comparison. They all work, it's your subjective taste that matters. The LaRosa shatter pattern is sort of a random pattern. The China Glaze is more like a snakeskin shaped pattern. In my opinion, the OPI is the nicest - it's clean and geometric, like tiny parallel rectangles.

The OPI is easiest to work with too. It's got a less gloppy or thick formula, so it goes on more cleanly, and shatters more intricately. It's a true black, nice and dark, covering any base coat well. It's too bad OPI came out of the gate with the black and has been slow about other colors. Fortunately other manufacturers have stepped more quickly into the blooming shatter market.

If you haven't used a crackle or shatter polish, please read on. These are a lot of fun, and look great. It makes me crazy when I see reviews of disappointed people saying "It didn't work" and you can usually tell they either didn't get directions with the product, or didn't read them.

The point of crackle polish is to use two colors which contrast. You apply a base coat of regular nail polish, and then paint the crackle polish on top, which shrinks as it dries to expose the base color. Thus, whatever you choose for your base should be a color that will contrast nicely with the color of crackle you have. The more different the colors (light and dark) the more obvious the pattern will be.

Crackle polish will NOT work on your naked nail- as it dries it shrinks and it needs a smooth dry surface to shrink across.

The key is to put the crackle polish on when the base color is COMPLETELY dry. Then it will "shatter" correctly.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By NICCI TOMLIN on January 25, 2011
Color Name: TCIKLE MY FANCE-Y
I was looking for a nude shade and this is perfect - not too dark and also not grey looking, a nice healthy glow type of shade that matches my skin tone perfectly. Its not glittery and I'm quite pale with blonde hair so i can recommend this to anyone who is pale but i also think it would look good with a tan.

the application is very easy and it goes on smoothly without streaking. I like to use 3 coats to get a strong color but it would look fine with less if you want something more subtle.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By K. Wright on October 30, 2011
Color Name: Fresh Frog of Bel Air Verified Purchase
I was convinced that I was going to love "Fresh Frog of Belair" because I love Kermit and I love OPI. I was sorely disappointed. I had used "Gone Gonzo" and apart from its difficulty of removal I did think that it was a pretty color, but even though this is the "same" line, the formula is not similar enough to make this a great polish.

Like "Gone Gonzo," "Fresh Frog of Belair" is a clear polish with green microglitter and large silver glitter in it. It took SEVEN coats of this polish to cover my nails, and the coverage is still not good. It looks like a cheap drugstore polish and does not cover the edges of my nail or the tips. It looks like I have been digging in gravel and the manicure is brand new. Like other OPI polishes that have this large silver glitter, the ends of my nails were sharp enough to score glass and I had to file them after they were polished. I had to use two coats of Seche Vite topcoat to make the polish smooth enough not to catch on denim, and these NINE layers of polish will take a full thirty minutes to remove, even when using pure acetone.

The color of the microglitter is a bright, leafy green. The glitter is the same color that you can get in the cheap glitter for arts and crafts that you buy at the grocery store. It is not a deep green, has a yellow undertone, and the silver glitter all but disappears and looks like clear spots in the polish. My boyfriend was not impressed.

I don't recommend this color. "Gone Gonzo" and "Gettin' Miss Piggy With It" would be better options from the Muppets collection. There are far better greens available from OPI.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Lauren on February 6, 2011
Color Name: Black Shatter
I bought this product online when all the stores around me were sold out and I didn't want to wait to try it! You simply paint it on over another color (make sure it is REALLY dry or else it might not work correctly) and it looks black at first but then starts to separate into the crackle effect. It looks awesome, especially with white nail polish under! Check out my review coming soon on my blog too at [...] I am going to post a review soon with photos.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gretchen Montgomery on February 2, 2010
Color Name: TCIKLE MY FANCE-Y Verified Purchase
I usually LOVE OPI, but I did not like OPI's Tickle My France-y one bit. Maybe I got a bad bottle, but it was very thick, streaky and my my nails looked like death. It took 3+ coats to cover evenly and then my husband told me he hated it. That was the last time I wore this shade, into the trash it went. I have now found myself a much better quality OPI nude color which I really enjoy, OPI's Nomad's Dream.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Yana Ray on February 24, 2011
Color Name: TCIKLE MY FANCE-Y Verified Purchase
If you are looking for that perfect nude nail polish then look no more. Tickle My France-y is so beautiful on the nails and it takes forever to chip!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E. B. Burk on November 4, 2011
Color Name: Fresh Frog of Bel Air
Like all glitter polishes, you must put a solid green base coat down first in order to get the correct "Kermity" color. There are a lot of fabulous greens in the OPI line of polishes that will work perfectly for this! Or do what I like to do and layer it over black or a brilliant yellow! Absolutely beautiful!....the yellow kind of gives you a John Deere feel. Fun!
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