Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Nail Polish in White On vs. O.P.I. Nail Polish in Alpine Snow

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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*Neither brand is certified cruelty-free. Makeup Maven, Emma, says: Both of these shades are bright pure whites. The slight difference in look comes from OPI 'Alpine Snow' having less coverage and needing 3 coats to get an even application. OPI also has a more flat look to the white while Sally Hansen has a shiny finish. Sally Hansen 'White On' is a great dupe for this white-out style polish. I actually like Sally Hansen better than the 'Alpine Snow' because of the better coverage (2 coats) and more expensive looking finish!

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