When I saw this shade swatted online before the official release of the collection, I was intrigued. I was drawn towards it even though yellow-based colours usually don’t do much for my skin tone. I ordered the OPI Brazil minis because it had the colours I was interested in but didn’t want to commit to full bottles.
Besides the super pun-ny name (which OPI has mastered), I liked it because it’s different from anything else I have in my collection. It is a orange-y mango colour, but is light enough that it’s more of a pastel than a deep colour. It is much brighter in real life than I was able to capture with my camera. I would consider it too bright for me to wear to work on it’s own, so I threw on a coat of Cult Nail’s Wax That and found it softened it perfectly. It dulled the ‘in your face’-ness of the polish enough to be worn by me to work. On it’s own, it would be the perfect pedicure colour for upcoming beach vacations. I did find the formula a little on the thicker side and you can see some bald patches and imperfections in the pictures. These were not obvious to the naked eye. I would recommend a very light hand in application.