Pink polish isn’t something I typically wear, but with my newborn niece being born just days ago, I had to sport something traditional to pay tribute to her.
OPI If You Moust You Moust comes from the OPI Vintage Minnie Mouse Collection, and it’s a playful pink that I actually think looks okay on my skin tone.
Most of the time, pinks make my fingers look dirty or just ‘off’. So this was a real shocker!
Maybe if I’m able to find shades like this, I’ll be able to wear pinks more often. Haha, oh, who am I kidding? I’m a green and purple lover at heart!
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OPI If You Moust You Moust Swatches
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- Name: OPI If You Moust You Moust
- Collection: OPI Vintage Minnie Mouse Collection
- Press Release: Click here to see the OPI Vintage Minnie Mouse Collection press release
- Colours Available in the Collection: If You Moust You Moust, Nothin’ Mousie ‘Bout It, The Color of Minnie & I’m All Ears
- Amount: 15 mL (0.5 fl. oz.)
- What I Paid: Nothing! (This was provided by PR. Retails for $9.95 CAD.)
- Where to Buy: Trade Secrets and perhaps some salons or spas
OPI If You Moust You Moust Review
If You Moust You Moust by OPI is a traditionally feminine pink that isn’t anything revolutionary. Chances are that the average woman who buys polish has something like this in her collection.
However, haha, I’m not the average woman – I’m the obsessed nail fanatic, so I haven’t experimented much with pinks. Pink is a novelty for me in the same vein how yellow is a novelty to the non-collector. Crazy colours speak to me.
This pink is slightly darker than what I would call a bubblegum pink. It’s not dark, but it’s also not so light that I would consider it a pastel.
OPI If You Moust You Moust is a creme polish, so there’s absolutely no shimmer or sparkle in it. It’s very simple.
Application & Formula
The formula was great! I had no problems controlling the polish during application. However, after painting 2 coats, I thought I could still see a little bit of streakiness, which is why I applied a 3rd coat.
Unfortunately, I didn’t notice that a little piece of fiber flew onto my ring finger’s nail – this was right after I used my fast-dry top coat, so it was too late to correct the issue unless I repainted it. That was something I didn’t want to do, and it only bothered me a little, so I lived with it. (That explains the squiggly textured line you may have noticed on my 4th finger if you looked closely at my swatches.)
Final Verdict: 7.5/10
When I first laid eyes on this colour in the bottle, I thought it’d be boring. Okay, so it’s not as exciting as a multichrome, but I really ended up liking it a lot more than many pink polishes I’ve tried in the past. For a pink, it received a very high Final Verdict score from me. I’m pink’s toughest critic.
What types of pinks are most flattering on you? Do you own anything with the Minnie Mouse character on it? What creme polish is one that you’ve rocked more than once?