Sephora by OPI A Brush With Fate Collection
So Totally Enchanted - Step Off, Sister! - I Blue My Curfew - Bibbidi, Bobbidi, Pink! - Self Maid Millionaire - Rags to Rhinestones
Sephora by OPI So Totally Enchanted. Very light silver frost with subtle blue duochrome plus gold and silver microglitter. To me, this is the most interesting color in the set. It's not straight silver, nor is it straight blue, but a color that constantly shifts between the two. The microglitter is sparse, but it's very pretty and adds a magical look to the polish. It also stays smooth against the frosty metallic base; it doesn't look lumpy like a lot of frost/glitter combinations tend to do.
Sephora by OPI Step Off, Sister! A mixture of fine blue and silver glitter in a clear base. Sephora.com describes this as purple, but it's not purple at all. Still, it is pretty and sparkly, very delicate/twinkly and fits the Cinderella theme extremely well.
The formula on these was good. Thin and smooth on the shimmer shades, a little thicker on the glitters. Easy application, good brush, no problems at all. I did three coats of each polish in these pictures and all but Rags to Rhinestones were opaque in three. That one's probably best left for layering. Dry time was average.
While I think this set as a whole is very cute (nice collectable packaging), and the colors fit the Cinderella theme perfectly, I don't think the polishes themselves are terribly interesting. So Totally Enchanted is the only unique color in the set. It's my favorite one, closely followed by I Blue My Curfew. Disney collectors will probably want this set regardless, and it's just under $25 for the whole set, so it's not going to put much of a dent in your wallet. Still, I wish that they had made the colors a bit more interesting considering that it's a special, Sephora-exclusive, Disney princess-themed collection!
The Sephora by OPI A Brush With Fate set is available online now for Sephora Beauty Insiders and will be officially launching in early October.