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Every nail polish has advantages and disadvantages, but not everyone is aware of the disadvantages ahead of time. In this post, we will discuss the five most popular nail polish thinner (including lacquers) and present pros, disadvantages, and a mini-review.

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 O.P.I. nail polish thinner

O.P.I.'s major draw is their enormous color variety, which they grow through current and imaginative collections like as Nicki Minaj by OPI and SEPHORA by OPI. Their polishes are generally long-lasting, bubble-free, and chip-free (after four to five days). To guarantee that your nails are oil free, clean and dry them before applying nail paint.

The nail polish bottles fit into your hand with a large, wide round brush. It takes an average of three strokes or less than four to cover your entire nails.
  •  243 colors & shades to choose from
  • Themed collections like Touring America and Texas
  • Unique color names like My Address is "Hollywood" and Y'all Come Back Ya Hear?
  • Long lasting
  • Non-bubbly
  • Opaque and non-watery
  • Dries fast
  • Decent-sized bottle
  • Large brush for easy applications
  • More expensive than some of the other nail polish brands
  • Brush is too thick for a few people
  • Solution is too thick for a few people
  • Polish dries too fast for a few people
Price: $8.50 per bottle one

China Glaze Professional Nail Lacquer

If OPI's color range is massive, China Glaze's assortment is much more so. C.G. provides more of the unique sparkly and crackle nail colors that other prominent brands lack, with 439 polishes to be exact. Their solution is known to be a little thinner than O.P.I., and whether this is a good thing or a bad thing, their brushes are also a little thinner. Everyone has a choice, for example, some people favor O.P.I. while others prefer China Glaze. The main reason to avoid China Glaze is their nail polish dry time, while the main reason to buy is that they provide value for every dollar spent.

A better-flipped version of O.P.I. Using a thinner paintbrush.
  • 439 colors & shades to choose from
  • Themed collections like Capitol Colours, The Hunger Games, and Prismatic Chroma Glitters
  • Unique color names like Electrify and Ray-giant
  • Good wear time
  • Much more affordable than other high-quality nail polishes
  • Can be found online for 30% to 50% off
  • Smaller brush works better for people with small to narrow nails
  • Thinner than other brands for those who do not like O.P.I.'s thick solution
  • Interesting and crazy colors
  • Takes longer to dry than other brands
  • Not as thick and opaque as other brands for those who like O.P.I.
  • It requires one or two more swipes than other brands because the brush used is not as thick as O.P.I.
Price: $2.50 to $6.99
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Essie Nail Polish

Essie is known for its funky, sheer pastel colors, making it a popular choice among students, office workers, and those looking for a non-dramatic finish. They have about 30 dark polishes ranging from red and purple to blue and brown in addition to their lighter shades. Their polishes are known for being chip-resistant and non-bubble but are slightly streaky when the first coat is applied

A standard bottle with a mediocre brush.
  • 280 colors to choose from
  • Great cream-colored and sheer pastel-like polishes
  • Nice color names like Pinking of the Pieces and Lollipop
  • Does not chip
  • Online sales via E-tailers with 25%+ off
  • Glossy finish
  • Thin brushes for small to narrow nails
  • The retail price may be slightly inflated.
  • Only a few more dramatic, interesting, and funky colors
  • More watery than O.P.I.
  • Some of the colors are almost the same
Price per package: $3.50 to $9.00

Butter London Nail Polish

Butter London is a high-end nail polish company that offers products that are free of formaldehyde, toluene, and Dibutyl phthalate, resulting in less hazardous formulae and a gentler odor. The consistency is typically characterized as thick, similar to O.P.I., but in a much smaller and rectangular container. The rectangular cap can be difficult to use because it covers another more cylindrical cap with a grip, and the price is more than other brands at $14.00 per piece, but most purchasers are delighted with their purchase.

Semi-small rectangular bottles with a cylindrical cap hidden beneath a rectangle cap.
  • Doesn't contain formaldehyde, toluene, or Dibutyl phthalate (less toxic)
  • Modern colors
  • Unique color names like All Hail The Queen and Frilly Knickers
  • Fashionable packaging
  • Long lasting
  • Chip resistant
  • Less odor than other brands
  • Only 63 colors to choose from
  • Packaging is not user-friendly
  • More expensive than other nail polish brands
  • Smaller bottle than other nail polish brands
Price per bottle: $14.00

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Zoya Nail Polish

If you can't afford Butter London, Zoya Nail Polish might be a good substitute. Zoya, like Butter London, is free of toxins and has a decent wear time if you use their base coat. If you want good results, make sure you use their base coat.

Regular bottle with a brush that some people may have problems with.
  • Over 300 colors to choose from
  • Doesn't contain formaldehyde, toluene, or dibutyl phthalate
  • More affordable than Butter London
  • Decent color names like Carly and Trixie
  • Less odor than other brands
  • Requires Zoya's base coat and maybe a top coat
  • More expensive than other drugstore brands
  • The brush may not be the best
 price per bottle is $8.00.

Also, notable nail polish thinner (and shellac) brands are listed below in order of price (from most expensive to least expensive):

  • C. Le Vernis Nail Colour - Price: $26.00 per bottle
  • MAC Nail Lacquer - Price: $16.00 per bottle
  • Revlon Nail Enamel - Price Range: $1.69 to $11.25 per bottle
  • Sephora by OPI - Price: $9.50 per bottle
  • Orly Nail Polish - Price Range: $5.00 (Regular) or $8.50 (Limited Edition) per bottle
  • Nicole by OPI - Price: $7.00 per bottle
  • L.A. Colors Art Deco Nail Art, Color Craze Nail Polish, Mini Color Craze & Nail Lacquer - Price Range: $1.10 to $4.50 per bottle
  • NYX Nail Polish - Price: $4.00 per bottle
  • Sally Hansen - Price Range: $2.82 to $3.95 per bottle
  • love & beauty Nail Polish - Price: $2.80 per bottle
  • NYC (New York Color) - Price Range: $0.99 to $1.99 per bottle
  • Essence Colour & Go Nail Polish - Price: $0.99 per bottle