Don't Burst My Bubble is a sheer white-ish pink. I used three coats here. I love this one, it's so fresh and clean and I love the way it looks on my nails. All of the sheers here applied very well with minimal streaking.
Which is Witch? is definitely the best glitter topper in this collection. It consists of a mix of holographic glitter shapes, including hexes and teeny tiny bars. This is one coat over Don't Burst My Bubble.
Glints of Glinda is a beige/peach sheer shade. I used three coats for the opacity you see below.
I unfortunately don't have much good to say about When Monkeys Fly. This is a glitter topper with large gold hexes and smaller silver holographic glitter. This is one coat over Glints of Glinda. The glitter in my bottle had started sinking in the bottle by the time it got to me; as a result of this, I had a hard time getting the large gold glitter out of the bottle even after I let it sit upside down so the glitter would re-suspend. In addition to that, the gold hex glitters curl in a taco form, making them stick out from the nail if you don't make sure the taco faces down. I suppose this could be remedied with additional coats of top coat, but I personally don't think that should be necessary. I think it's great that OPI is trying to make some awesome glitter toppers, but I feel that this one needed a bit more work.
I Theodora You is a lovely shade of baby pink. I used three coats here and as you can see, it's a bit more opaque than the other two.
Lights of Emerald City is another glitter heavy topper that has square matte white glitter and square iridescent glitter. This is one coat over I Theodora You.
What Wizardry Is This? is a new Liquid Sand shade for the Oz collection. This isn't my favorite Liquid Sand color, but it is gorgeous with top coat! This was two coats left to dry to a matte finish.
This is two coats of What Wizardry Is This? with one coat of top coat. The top coat really makes this polish stunning!
So what do you think of this collection? I know a lot of people were disappointed that the Oz collection was not more bold and colorful, but I can't help but love the soft, clean sheers. You should be able to find these in stores and salons now, but note that OPI has increased their prices to $9.
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