Sometimes we're cheated into buying a fake OPI off ebay, and this can be an unpleasant experience. I have been fortunate enough not to have been cheated before, but I have bought fake OPIs before. I knew they were fake, they certainly smelled like fakes, but I bought them nonetheless because I liked their colours. If you've been reading my blog for a while, I posted some time back about the fake OPIs I bought in China.
But don't be annoying and go hunt for those posts. I mixed my fake OPIs with my real OPIs, and I'd like you to take a stab at guessing. I urge you to judge the OPI based on its shape, the font, the base of the bottle shape, the cap, and whatever makes you think an OPI is a real OPI. I didn't include pictures of the label, since my fake OPIs have names which give them away immediately, but I will follow up on this in a subsequent post, and also give you the answers!
Ding ding ding! Now let's start!
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You all will have 48 hours to play this game, after which I will do a blog post on the answers, and the differences between a fake OPI and a real one. I look forward to checking out the responses!
Edit: If you're up to it, leave a comment on why you think a particular polish is fake! This way I can better respond to concerns over fake OPIs in my next post. Thanks!