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Top Customer Reviews
The color is a soft turquoise pearl with a blue-green iridescence, not a light green cream, and it's a fantastic spring and summer tone, especially for toenails.
Because the color is so soft it goes well with any pastel outfit you choose.
I love to wear this with a crisp white blouse, black blazer and jeans, it adds another layer of accessorizing and goes with the embroidered turquoise scarf I wear with the outfit.
This is also a great 'spent the summer on the shore' color because it makes your toes look festive in flip flops!
I love the iridescent hues that OPI comes up with and I will continue to sample them all!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love it...it is much more sheer than it looks, so you need 3 coats. I get compliments constantly when I wear this.Published 21 months ago by Maria
Beautiful mixture of blue and green hues ...color reminds me of the sea and mermaids.Published 24 months ago by TProctor
Just like a lot of people, i failed to read reviews. This polish is one of the ugliest blues I've ever seen. The shimmer in it is god awful. Read morePublished on July 21, 2014 by Rebecca Greenway
This is my new favorite summer color! Looks blue in the jar, but is a lovely shimmery blue green color.Published on August 21, 2013 by Kathleen Duval
The picture is completely misleading. I expected a minty green color and what arrived was metallic blue. I don't really like the color.Published on July 23, 2013 by Tabitha
This polish is intended to be more of an overcoat layer. It is very very sheer and looks more blue in color.Published on June 7, 2013 by S. Coe
This nail polish was not at all the color it is in the picture. And I actually really don't like the color that was sent to me. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Chris
The picture shows like a mint green color. It is completely not mint green, it is more a blue and green glitter mixture! Not impressed at all!Published on April 5, 2013 by Heather
The image show here looks like mint green and the name of the product is "Go On Green" but it is not green, it is a blueish gray.Published on April 3, 2013 by Kelsey Kostoroski