China Glaze Bizarre Blurple
I think Bizarre Blurple has the best formula of the three polishes I’ve tried from this collection. It’s thin but not too runny, and very easy to control. It goes exactly where you want it to on the nail and needs only two coats to be fully opaque. It is, as the name suggests, a blend of blue and purple, and it also contains a nice amount of shimmer. I found it looks a little bit more purple in real life than it does here in the photos, but really which colour you see it depends wholly on the light you’re viewing it by. It’s a little bit brushstrokey, but not as bad as you see from some metallics and only visible up close.
I suspect this colour is going to be a dupe of OPI’s Tomorrow Never Dies from the Bond collection, judging by how they both look in the bottle. Once I’ve swatched Tomorrow, I’ll report back.