If you’re wondering what kind of name is that and guessed correctly… yep; its a fake OPI. I just love how they spelt ‘brown’. LOL. Anyway, this is one of the polish that my boyfriend got for me from China. It only cost about SGD$2 per bottle!!! One thing that I have to say about China OPI polish is that it almost got me fooled. It looks like the real thing, except the labels at the bottom which had different font names and codes and their polish names sort of gave everything away. The warning labels on the back of the bottle does show abit of discrepancy. A different font was used etc. It was a different grip on the bottles from my real OPI, feels very light and I felt I had no control when I was using it.
OPI ‘My Kind Of Briwn’ isn’t nowhere near brown but a plum colour with golden shimmer. I find it somewhat similar to OPI Shanghai Shimmer, except that the colour and shimmers are different. Oddly enough, I have no close dupes at all, great!
Something about the formula make me really go ‘WOWWWW’. The formula is excellent, very smooth and thick but manageable. I wasn’t expecting that from a China fake OPI. Also the brush is also a little bit bigger and wider than the usual OPI pro-wide brush.
Anyway, there’s some sort of smell from the polish. I can even smell it when it’s dry. And it smelled so similar to paint! I highly believe the smell is more toxic than the normal polish smells, lol.