OPI Do You Think I'm Tex-y?

My final color in the Texas/Deep In The Heart of Color Collection - OPI's Summer 2011 series is Do You Think I'm Tex-y?  I was talking to a former nail tech the other day who said that she absolutely loves OPI's bottle names.  I do think that consistently, they are the most creative and I do like the running theme of Suzi having a color named in there.  This last sorbet/jelly polish is supposed to be more of a berry from their press release but again doesn't look much like it's promo picture.

I used a base of OPI Natural Nail, 3 coats of polish and a top of OPI Top Coat.

I really do hesitate on if this is a red or a purple.  I feel like it leans more red but then I can see the whole berry purple thing in there too?  This color seems more opaque than some of the others but it's still not like a creme.

In the shade it still holds it own and no VNL but I'm still not convinced.  The whole jelly/sorbet thing is so weird to me and as much as I thought I liked them - I don't.  I prefer opaque colors as I've been reading most of y'all do too.

Even indoors with the flash, this color just seems to glow and not get lost in the shuffle.  I definitely think it's going to have to be played with some more, and again you can always add some crackle when the sheerness gets to you.  I am glad to be done with this collection though.  As excited as I was to see my home state covered in nail polish, I didn't enjoy all the colors as much as I hoped.  I'd still buy for novelty sake but I don't know how often these colors will be reused in my stash.

OPI is available at Professional Salons, including Beauty Brands, Beauty First, Chatters, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Pure Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, and Ulta, for $8.50 ($10.95 CAN) suggested retail for each Nail Lacquer. Please visit their website for details [official website].  

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