My concern with this is I'm not sure what to call it. Apparently the number is B38, and I bought it from Born Pretty, but the bottle says "BO Nail Lacquer", which in the US basically means "smelly". So that's a little strange. Also, instead of a sticker saying "Gold B38" or something like that, it has a sticker that reads "Original Nail Envy" with OPI contact info on it. Which is clearly not true, and a little worrisome. Well, it was a $3 polish, free shipping across the world, and it's pretty, so I guess I'll ignore that somewhere in Singapore someone apparently has a stockpile of OPI Nail Envy stickers.
Moving on. The polish itself is very dainty. It's a gold metallic with silver undertones and a light sprinkling of gold glitter. It's a thin polish, and shown below is 2 coats. it went on smoothly, and has a surprisingly good brush for being a semi-cheap polish. You can still see the nail line, but that's the look I was going for. It's one of those polishes that looks opaque straight on and is translucent from the side or in indirect light.
It's definitely a different polish, and it manages to be gold without being overwhelming. I think it's a nice light polish when you want something sparkly but not too in-your-face brilliant.