January 18, 2015

Review: OPI Nail Polish in "Cement the Deal"

Up next for review for the new OPI 50 Shades of Grey Collection is "Cement The Deal". You can read the review for "Embrace The Gray" HERE. Each of these OPI polishes retail for $9.50 and are available online and in-store at Ulta and select salons and locations.

"Cement the Deal"

Cement the Deal is a light light to medium gray with blue/green undertones. It is a creamy matte finish without any sparkle, glitter, or metallic finish. It is several shades darker than an off-white, it does not look ashy or make your hands look dead.

The nail polish shade dries darker than the shade you see in the bottle.

This shade is the lightest of the matte gray shades in this collection. This color is very posh and sophisticated, definitely one you need in your collection for any time of the year!

"Cement the Deal"
2 Coats


The formula of this shade is rather disappointing. One coat is very thin and streaky, which made application difficult. Though with two coats the color was completely opaque. The shade looks very smooth and shiny on the nails.

As far as wear time, it's fantastic! I painted my nails on Tuesday night and I had absolutely no chipping or tip wear until Sunday. 5 days without wear is incredible for my nails, so with two coats and a top coat, you'll have no trouble with this shade.

I absolutely love how this color looks on my nails and with the great longevity, I highly recommend picking up this shade!


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