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Formula X New Neutrals

What it is: A collection of five expertly curated shades inspired by summer’s exotic hues. What it does:Classic neutral shades just got a makeover with this selection of essential shades from Formula X. Infused with ShineXcel™—a luminescent ingredient that enhances color and overall shine—these stand-out lacquers feature a fast-drying formula that instantly leaves nails with a smooth, flawless finish. Its patented No Compromise formulation offers long-wear, incredibly-saturated color with a stunning finish. This set contains: - 5 x 0.40 oz nail polish in White Matter (opaque bright white), Eureka (hot pink), Wunderkind (midnight blue pearl), Pedal to the Metal (violet pearl), Enriched (golden bronze pearl) What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates
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Questions & Answers for Formula X New Neutrals

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Is this polish opaque?
asked 9 months ago
vgirl91
(STL)
on New Neutrals
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes. I have used several of Formula X's creme shades and they almost all of them - especially the darker/medium-colored ones - are opaque after two coats. You could even just do one coat in some cases if it were a thicker one!
answered 2 months, 1 week ago
loquita
(Northampton, MA)
answer 2
yup. even with the lighter shades you only need one coat.
answered 3 months, 4 weeks ago
TaylorLaurie
(Joliet IL)
answer 3
This polish is opaque. One coat gives you good coverage, but two coats is even better.
answered 5 months ago
breadprincess
(Ann Arbor, MI)
answer 4
Yes, Neutral collection is opaque.
answered 6 months ago
sentimentallady
(montreal, canada)
answer 5
Yes these colors are opaque but they need more than one coat.
answered 6 months ago
Goodwish
(Sherman Oaks,CA)
answer 6
Yes. I am currently wearing one coat of color with a clear base coat and top coat and I find the coverage to be just perfect.
answered 8 months ago
ktens
(New York, NY)
answer 7
I can get an opaque swatch in one coat. The SA at Sephora showed me her manicure with one coat and it was in another color, it looked nice. It is relatively quick drying, I can get two in without smudges about am hour before bed.
answered 8 months ago
princessgracie
(Michigan)
answer 8
I have one neutral - Brain Power- and i find it to be completely opaque
answered 9 months ago
lex29
(NY, NY)
Question
Do I need to use a light to cure this polish?
asked 2 months, 1 week ago
orangekrush
(McKinney, TX)
on New Neutrals
4 answers
Answers
answer 1
Nope! No light necessary, it air dries like most nail lacquers.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
RWJW
answer 2
No you don't. It is not a gel polish
answered 2 months ago
hklove9
(Montreal, Canada)
answer 3
No light needed. It still dries quickly without one
answered 2 months, 1 week ago
cdevincent
(Providence, RI)
answer 4
No - these are traditional polishes, but even if you use a regular top coat (I love the Formula X one), they dry in under and hour.
answered 2 months, 1 week ago
loquita
(Northampton, MA)
Question
Ingredient List? Have allergies & sensitivities
Is there an ingredient list to this? I know it's 3-Free, but what about:
-camphor
-benzophenone
-formaldehyde resin
asked 9 months ago
magster
(CA)
on New Neutrals
3 answers
Answers
answer 1
I also have allergies to this sort of thing... it worked fine for me!!!! :)
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
magswag15
(vt)
answer 2
Yes, it contains formaldehyde resin. I find it dishonest that they wont disclose full ingredient list online, when it's their own brand...
answered 6 months ago
Aurianne
answer 3
The Formula X don't have any of those harsh/toxic chemicals in them.
A full ingredients list is available online and on the bottles of polishes as well.
answered 8 months ago
stellableu
(Vancouver, BC)
Question
Color Match to OPI
I am looking for a match to Don't Feed the Hand Models, which was a limited edition OPI shade. It is the perfect neutral for my light skin. I really liked it because it was not the exact color of my skin, and it wasn't pink. I don't like pale pink polish. Does anyone know of a shade that matches the OPI shade?
asked 9 months ago
eyeshadowaddict
(Eugene, OR)
on New Neutrals
3 answers
Answers
answer 1
I remember that shade by OPI! I wanted it back then too but never got my hands on it. The colour Thrilling from the Formula X collection is in that same family of colours. Such a nice neutral!
answered 6 months ago
amandahoopla
(Toronto, Ontario)
answer 2
I would try Thrilling or Monumental. I have both.. Thrilling looks like the OPI from what I can see on line, it has almost a hint of a lilac hue. However, Monumental is total beige neutral and no hint of pink/lilac at all.
answered 7 months ago
moonstruck1958
(Myrtle Beach, SC)
answer 3
It can be difficult to match a favorite nail color which was a limited edition, but the probably the closest Formula X has to that is 'Monumental' in the 'New Neutrals'. There is no pink in it. Hopefully there is a store near you so you can check it out in person, as colors look much different online. Good luck.
answered 9 months ago
allaboutmakeup
(Detroit, MI)
Question
How to thin polish when it gets thick?
asked 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Anonymous
(Minneapolis, MN)
on New Neutrals
3 answers
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answer 1
Believe it or not, add a tsp of nail polish remover to thickening polish.
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
coopertown
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
2-3 drops of acetone will thin out thick polish. I've it's been thru a temperature change, pitch it.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
westiechic
(san antonio TX)
answer 3
I would add just a drop or two of nail polish thinner. You can get it cheaply at most beauty supply stores. Go easy on the drops, or you will make the polish too thin. Good luck!
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
loquita
(Northampton, MA)
Question
Where is the formulation information?
OPI Sephora had specific formulations listed--e.g., opaque, sheer, glitter, metallic. But I don't see this information for the nail colors here. This would be really helpful. Sephora, please provide this information.
asked 9 months ago
Anonymous
(CALIFORNIA)
on New Neutrals
2 answers
Answers
answer 1
The colors are grouped in their various finish categories, for example metallics or neutrals.
answered 7 months ago
kareninca
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
The Neutrals are all opaque creams! A couple have pearlized finishes but not close to metallic.
answered 8 months ago
plastiknoise
(austin, tx)
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Is this product tested on animals?
Are the items in the Formula X for Sephora range tested on animals? Are they vegan friendly?
asked 9 months ago
PlasticDiaries
on New Neutrals
1 answer
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answer 1
These polishes are cruelty free.
answered 9 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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Does this have phalates in it?
Website doesn't list ingredients for the nail polish. Does this contain phalates?
asked 1 month ago
Anonymous
(South Plainfield, NJ)
on New Neutrals
1 answer
Answers
answer 1
The nail polish is a "three-free formula", meaning it is formulated without Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde and Toluene.
answered 1 month ago
miabt
(San Francisco)
Question
Are your proiducts animal tested?
asked 4 months ago
Anonymous
(West Plains, MO)
on New Neutrals
0 answers
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This question currently has no approved answers.
Question
Will ALL Formula X be going on sale?
I've noticed (and purchased) a few of the Formula X polishes from the sale section, but I'm curious if more will be going on sale. I didn't think the line was very old to be discontinuing colours/effects but I'd like to know!

Does anyone have info?
asked 1 month, 1 week ago
Kayla519
(Cambridge, Ontario)
on New Neutrals
0 answers
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