I also tried to layer this polish over an opaque white polish and over the other polishes in this collection, i.e. "Hope & Freedom Fest". The results of these layerings can been seen further down ;)
|Peaceful Opposition over China Glaze White Out|
|One thin coat of Peaceful Opposition over Elation Generation (pink), High on Hope (dark blue), Boho Bonnet (grey), Coachella Dweller (green) and Melodious Utopia (yellow)|
GOOD TO KNOW ABOUT PEACEFUL OPPOSITION:
Type of polish: Glitter in a sheer jelly base.
Colour: A sheer white base with square and hex-shaped silver glitter.
Collection: Orly Hope & Freedom Fest Spring 2013.
Opacity: Ok. This is three coats. You can still see some VNL but it feels ok somehow :)
Formula: Good! A nice formula which is easy to apply. A tiny bit thick perhaps but no glitter fishing is needed ;)
Brush: Very good! No complaints ;)
Shine: Very shiny on its own so I have no top coat in these pictures.
Accurate colour, photo vs IRL: Accurate!
Grade: 4+/5 :)
When I first tried this polish I applied it over a white polish and I got sooo disappointed on how it looked. It looked like a child had pushed silver glitter into a white clay :/ But after removing that mistake and tried it on it's own I really liked it! It feels very light and summery! Like fairy wings or something ;)
I also wanted to try if Orly had planned this to be a layering polish so I tried one coat of Peaceful Opposition over the rest of the Hope & Freedom Fest polishes. It looked really nice over the creams, i.e. the grey and green polish. It looked ok over the yellow one but absolutely awful over the blue and pink ones, probably because these two is a shimmer and a glitter polish.
Summary: wear this polish alone or with one thin coat over a cream polish :)
Do you like Peaceful Opposition?
Which colour did you like it best layered over?