5 White Polishes Reviewed


Suzie tests 5 Popular White Polishes that can be purchased without a license. Suzie compares color, application, coverage and the brushes.

Suzie bought these polishes from her local Sally Beauty store. As we couldn’t find some of these products on the Sally Beauty website, Amazon links are provided below for you convenience😀

China Glaze – Let’s Chalk About It

Morgan Taylor – Arctic Freeze

O•P•I – Alpine Snow

Orly – Pointe Blanche

Finger Paints – Paper Måche

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  1. The only white nail polish I own is Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in White On. I need to be careful not to apply it too thickly, but it works just fine for me. NYC French White Tip, on the other hand, is the WORST white I have EVER used. It goes on horribly thin and streaky, has very poor opacity, and even feels textured on the nail. I used to have it but then I threw it away because it was just that bad.

  2. i have never seen any of these brands in a 'drug store' so i'm not sure why everyone refers to them as a drug store brand. i can only find them at sallys beauty supply or online. and a beauty supply store isn't a 'drug store'

  3. I’m all about Finger Paint nail polish. It’s half the price of opi, goes on flawlessly, and they hands down have the best glitter polishes out there. Opi has amazing colors but that brand chips the fastest for me. Orly has the best base coat though

  4. For the economy minded, Revlon has colors comparable to OPI, but under $4 a bottle at my Walmart. Try to use the separate base and top coats for Revlon; the both-in-one is not as good. Revlon applies well and lasts about a week.

  5. Hi Suzie! Love the white nail polishes! I noticed a brown spot on your left pinky. I was wondering if it was a chemical burn, a nail fungus or something else? If so can you do a video on it and how you can get rid of it? Xx Mara

  6. Blech, China Glaze is the worst. In all my years of trying, I feel like the brand never quite fully dries – for awhile, my sister was convinced it needed a UV light! It always smears and bubbles. But Orly and O.P.I. have always worked great! Never have an issue with them.

  7. I haven’t tried Morgan Taylor before but I’m intrigued because the brush applicator looks easier! Suzie, I would love to see you do comparisons with red polish if you get a chance for next time!

  8. I really appreciate your tutorial on this it seems like such a simple thing but it's not because you're so right about white polishes and how they like to pool I'll be honest I get mine at the Dollar Tree and not too great they very much pool around the cuticle so I think I'll go to Sally's to me it seems like the brush and the best application was number to I can't think of the name of it so this was a tutorial that I so much appreciate it thanks for sharing

  9. I love white nail polish, especially on the feet. Your feet just look awesome, doesn't matter your skin tone. The problem is, for some reason, it looks like ever time I paint my nails white, they collect all the dust throughout the house and get yellowish.. I will stick white gel polish to avoid all of this!


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