Good morning, guys and gals! Early rumblings about OPI's Muir Muir On The Wall, from this fall's San Fransisco collection, suggested it is reminiscent of, and possibly a dupe for, one of the long discontinued OPI On Broadway polishes (holiday 2003 collection), Man Of La Mancha or La Boheme. The fact is, even just in photos, it's apparent that Muir Muir On The Wall is much more subdued, but is still a fascinating creature.
Muir Muir On The Wall is a blackened metallic plum alit with monochromatic shimmer. Inside the bottle, it looks like a plum to green to gold multichrome but this doesn't translate onto the nail. It's a bit of a bummer but that feeling doesn't last because Muir is still so richly, darkly beautiful.
I used two coats of polish and one layer of topcoat. The formula is on the thin side so beware of cuticle flooding and take extra care to wipe the excess off the brush before applying.
I just... I love this. It's everything a fall polish should be. If you (like me) only go for one out of the San Fran collection, I highly suggest this one. As long as you aren't expecting a wild duochrome, you won't be disappointed. At least, not for long. ;)
Thank you for reading and have an amazing day! ♥♥