Monday, May 16, 2011

Comparison of Zoya Breezi and Sephora by OPI Slushied

This is why you should never de-dupe your collection by just looking at bottle color.

Zoya Breezi (Summertime, 2011) and Sephora by OPI Slushied (Glee, 2011)
OK. So Breezi looks a tad bit darker than Slushied, right? I mean, maybe if you look really closely, you could think that Breezi may look a tad more teal than Slushied. (Btw, thanks to my SO's mom for Slushied. It's awesome.)

From left to right: Slushied, Breezi, Slushied, Breezi
Seriously, this is not a weird camera quirk. They looked this different on the nail. They're barely even in the same color category (in my head -- granted, my head subdivides the rainbow into about a hundred colors). Slushied is this bright creme that falls somewhere between azure and cyan. Breezi is closer to a very blue teal and it's almost got a bit of a jelly squish to it. Both applied extremely well: two coats each.

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Bowleena said...

Definitely a good example of why not to de-dupe your stash by looking at the bottles - so true!!

KarenD said...

So far I've played it really safe by not de-duping my stash at all--but I really need to start since I've got serious storage issues.

Anutka said...

Thanks for comparing!
Would have thought these two the same as well!

ChaosButterfly said...

Woahhh. That is weird! I like Breeze best though.

Lesley said...

I find a lot of Zoya cremes dry much darker than they appear in the bottle. Still lovely though.

Fiona said...

Weird!! I also like Breezi better!! :)

Lucy said...

Really very different. Even to the non-polish lover they would look different. I'm turning my girlfriends mind into seeing slight differences between polishes. I bought two Sephora OPI's whose names I can't recall. One is a Khaki something or other. Well I thought I'd mistakenly ordered the same polish. My girlfriend said "no way, you can see the difference". One has a slight silver shimmer to it when I looked closer. I was so proud of her. Another one turned to the polish side!

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