OPI Liquid Sand – The Impossible


I finally have another one of the Mariah Carey Liquid Sands for you.  We’ve already seen Stay The Night here and this is the second one I tried from the collection.

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The Impossible is a light berry pink polish with an element of glitter within it.  As its is a textured or sand polish, there is no need to apply top coat unless you want super glossy nails.  In the images above, I have used The Impossible over one coat of Essie Millionails to provide some protection for my nail beds.

It does dry matte and the shiny glitters really pop against the lightly textured background.  I’ve seen some swatches of the full size bottle contain little stars.  I don’t appear to have any in my mini bottle, but that is OK with me.  I do like the colour, it dries less pink than in the bottle and the wear is excellent.

OPI can be bought in the UK from a number of different retailers including Lena White, Amazon and Sally (instore only it seems) – there are others so do shop around.  The RRP for a Full Size Bottle of Liquid Sand is £11.50 and for the Mini Sets RRP is £13.95.  There are now a large number of Liquid Sands available, from this collection, to the OZ The Great and Powerful, (I am LUSTING after What Wizardry Is This?) to Bond Girls to Minnie Mouse and into the current OPI San Francisco Collection.

Do you have any of the OPI Liquid Sands?  Any recommendations??

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8 thoughts on “OPI Liquid Sand – The Impossible

  1. I have the Bond Girls minis. Wrote a review on them also. Jinx is definitely my favorite out of those.


  2. I love the Liquid Sands! I picked up three from this collection as well as “What Wizardry Is This?” from the Oz Great & Powerful Oz collection. Have you had the chance to try any Zoya’s PixieDust? They are really nice as well if you’re a fan of the matte texture finish.


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