Fiji - Opaque Pale Pink Nail Polish by Essie

fiji

an opaque creamy pale pink.

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luxuriate in opaque, creamy pastel pink polish. this ├╝ber-girly nail color puts a pretty paradise at your beautifully manicured fingertips. DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde free


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fiji is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 115.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Formula color change? I believe there was a formula change because the fiji I remember was much more white tinted than pink tinted. I didn't realize when buying it that it was pinker because there was nothing to compare it to, but I could instantly tell when I put it on my nails. I held the bottle up next to an older one and they were totally different. If I wanted a different color, I would just buy a different shade. I wanted fiji because it used to have the perfect whiteish pink hue. I just dont understand why Essie would change a color that already existed, why wouldnt they just make a polish and name for it instead of ruining a cult classic? So i'm upset I bought this polish and wish I could hunt down the old formula.
Date published: 2015-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Formula change leads to drastic color change I have always been a Fiji girl. I think I bought 5 bottles at a time, so it's lasted me a long time. When my fifth bottle was up, I went out to buy a new bottle of my beloved Fiji, only to then find out (upon applying it to my nails) that the color has become extremely pink. A lot more pink that it used to be. I don't understand why Essie would change the color of a very versatile color, one that suited a variety of skin tones. Sadly, I will not be purchasing Fiji again. If anyone is looking for colors similar to the OLD Fiji, Essie's Romper Room and Lace Me Up are really good alternatives.
Date published: 2017-08-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What color replaced original Fiji? I need help. Fiji used to be the perfect shade for me, wore it for about 10 years. Then a summer or two ago, my bottles were much pinker. So I bought white, heated the bottles in hot water (in tea cups), and mixed them. Okay, I created the original Fiji shade. But I don't want to do that again. What's your pale pink/slightly bluish/opaque shade that matches the original Fiji from a few years ago? (The other reviewer who wrote about this was absolutely correct.)
Date published: 2016-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect pink I bought this polish to replace another pale pink in my collection because it took too many coats to get opaque (like 5-6 and it was still a bit sheer). Fiji was nothing like that. Very easily opaque in 2-3 light coasts which is very good for a pastel. Not streaky at all. This will always be part of my collection.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Color Change Not sure when the color changed on this polish but it's definitely much more pink now. I have an old bottle at home that is almost empty. When I went to the store to purchase a new bottle the color looked significantly more pink. Swatched it on my nail (as I was already wearing the "old" fiji) and sure enough, it's MUCH more pink. The new formula is only slightly lighter than French Affair. Wish I could find old bottles.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Essie--Please stop denying that there has been no formula change.. It's insulting to those of us that have been loyal to Fiji for years and are unhappy with the girly pink of the new shade as it lacks all the sophistication of the original --please bring back old Fiji
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Perfect Pop of Color Whenever I go to a nail salon, this is my go-to!!!
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Why did they change it!? I used to buy Fiji for years, I know what it looks like, and I went to get my nails done yesterday and I look down and they're pink! Like PINK pink with NO white in it. So I ask if they changed it and the girl there tells me, that they haven't changed it, it's just that Fiji turns whiter after a while, like in a week or so. But still, she saw how sad I was, so she put on a 3rd coat of a whiter shade, and I was extremely pleased with the result: white-ish with a pink hue, just like the old Fiji. So I plan to do this from now on, even though 3 coats and a top coat will probably chip earlier than it should. I don't get why they're saying they haven't changed the formula. Maybe they've changed the ingredients? And they appear pink at first but transform later?? lol I have no idea, but it seriously can't be that so many people in here can not see color right! And there's a lot of us die-hard old Fiji fans, we know it by heart! Anyways, just wanted to say there is a solution, add a white shade coat on top or mix them in the same bottle if you're more diy!
Date published: 2016-08-18
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