OPI A Roll In The Hague
Oranges, like pale greens, are another staple of the season and this may well have the best name of them all. It might not be the most classic colour, but it’s definitely the brightest. A Roll In The Hague is a highly pigmented, pure orange jelly-like polish - I don’t think it’s a true jelly but it has the same glossy, squishy-looking finish. It looks neon in some lights and just like a regular orange in others, and I also suspect skin tone will strongly affect its appearance.
The formula is on the thicker side of things and slightly tricky to work with if you’re not careful about how much polish you get on the brush. I found there was a tiny bit of visible nail line from some angles after three coats, though so little of it that it isn’t worth worrying about. It’s as good as opaque.