Fiji Finds. I have no idea of the name of this. If there was a sticker it's long gone. And, aside from the front of the bottle, all of the imprinted information has been scratched off.
I had zero expectations with this. The formula, in the bottle, looked separated and 'oily' and the brush was wonkadonk. The only reason I really bought this was the novelty factor.
Given the horrors of the brush (seriously it looks like a stippling brush), I ended up using a spare OPI Pro Wide Brush* instead, shook the bottle really well and hoped for the best. If ever there was a Kamikaze Manicure, this was it.
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised. Although the lacquer had completely separated, which no amount of shaking would resolve, it still applied well enough that I only needed two coats.
Of course, given all that shaking, this bubbled pretty much straight away (which you can see on my index finger).
But it's still a good result. It's just the kind of blue red that I covet with a passion. I just wish it wasn't so crazy past its use by date.
*Don't throw away your OPI Pro-Wide Brushes once the bottle has finished / can no longer be used. Clean the brush with acetone and store in a dry, clean container. I have about ten that I keep, which I use when I'm applying a lacquer that has a rubbish brush, as happened here.