I don't have much to say about Dim Sum Plum other than it's lovely, but not exactly unique. The only reason I find it not quite to my liking is because it leans a little warmer than a shade I juuuust picked up! :3
Two coats with SV.
The formula on this one was perfect -- it's hard to top two flawless coats from a mini bottle! I suppose my earlier struggles with adjusting to polishing with an OPI mini had lessened significantly once I got to this polish, and I had no issues this time around.
Dim Sum Plum is part of OPI's core collection, so it's quite ETF from both brick & mortar and online sellers. Dudes, I can't believe it's been two springs since the Hong Kong collection ... I remember stalking Ulta and our now-closed Trade Secret in anticipation!
Any thoughts on this color? Would you be interested in having me swatch my two full-sized Hong Kong picks in the future?
Hell, do you even LIKE dim sum? I'm okay with it. I wouldn't go to a dim sum place on my own, as I usually have a better time if I go with a group of people. My first legit dim sum experience was when I lived in Seattle for a few months, and my family would hit up this one place after church. Well, I don't know if you've noticed, but when you're Asian and you go to an Asian restaurant, the only customers not using chopsticks are generally NOT Asian. After a few Sundays of having to beg my waiter for a fork, I finally taught myself how to use chopsticks ... so it's not really the food that I remember, but the chopsticks! ~MEMORIES.~