OPI Tickets to Paradise & The Living Daylights jelly sandwich

purchased myself buttonGood morning! I hope you all are staying warm, wherever you live. It’s not too bad here, but we’re supposed to get snow soon. Plus it’s been cold, and I’m freezing! haha, I’m a weenie when it comes to cold. 😛

Today, I have for you a new-but-old polish that I picked up from my beauty supply store – OPI Tickets to Paradise (black label). When I saw that it was a sheer white, I knew I had to pick it up (and at 75% off, who could blame me?). I don’t have a sheer, jelly white like this in my collection. This is 3 thin coats. The first two coats were streaky but the third evened it all out.
OPI Tickets to Paradise | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I then paired it with The Living Daylights from OPI’s Skyfall Collection. I hadn’t used this polish before and shame on me, it’s so lovely! I used the dab and spread method here.
OPI Tickets to Paradise, OPI The Living Daylights | Be Happy And Buy Polish

OPI Tickets to Paradise, OPI The Living Daylights | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Lastly, I added one thin coat on top of The Living Daylights. I absolutely love how this looks!
OPI Tickets to Paradise, OPI The Living Daylights | Be Happy And Buy Polish

OPI Tickets to Paradise, OPI The Living Daylights | Be Happy And Buy Polish

What are you thinking about this jelly sandwich? I have a few more of these on the docket to show off some of my OPI haul; expect a few different jelly sandwiches over the next week. I hope you have a great day, until the next time,
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31 thoughts on “OPI Tickets to Paradise & The Living Daylights jelly sandwich

  1. Love Ticket – I am really surprised anyone is still selling black label OPI – I guess it depends what state it is sold in maybe? I thought the whole law about need to be Toluene and Formalin free was across the board in all 50 states – maybe they still can be sold in countries outside the US? I have a ton of old Black label ones since I have my OPI collection back to their early days. I have bottles I bought in the early 90s that never got the cut in my many thinnings of my stash.

    • I didn’t even know there was a law about it! Perhaps it’s more that they can’t be made anymore and stores just have to sell the stock they have? I’m not sure. I’m in Montana, and my beauty supply store is a little locally owned place that has amazing polishes. I’m now kicking myself that I got rid of a ton of black labels, not knowing that I’d miss them so much!! haha! 🙂

  2. Super cute – such a perfect jelly sandwich! I don’t own any jelly polishes but have been wanting to play with them so badly. I think I have a Zoya jelly coming in the mail soon though 🙂

  3. I checking out all the black label stuff at my dusties. They don’t seem to have a lot of interesting colors, though, so I usually pass on them. I really like your jelly sandwich here. I wish I hadn’t gotten rid of my bottle of The Living Daylights.

    • I almost passed Tickets to Paradise up…until I opened the bottle and saw what it looked like. haha! I’m kicking myself that I hadn’t used The Living Daylights before now.

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