I came across OPI DS Reserve on a trip to Ulta (actually a road trip to Ulta, about an hour and a half up the highway, but at least they have one that close by here...I'm looking pointedly at you, Hong Kong...). It's a shade I don't really wear that much, but it's a pretty, shimmery, scattered holo, and I am weak. Needed it.
OPI DS Reserve is a medium, berry-rose pink. In low light, it has an awesome silver shimmer. In brighter light, the scattered holo particles are just Ka-POW. Now, despite the bright sunlight I didn't manage to capture the beautiful rainbow that scattered shimmer was throwing off here, but even with just a hint of it, it's still all kinds of pretty. IRL, seriously, the holo sparks are fantastic.
Reserve applied just like every OPI DS polish I've tried so far. Buttery-smooth, beautiful spread, all that stuff. And even as a pathological three-coater, I was perfectly content to stop here at two. Really a fantastic formula.
OPI is so, so good at these scattered holo polishes! I know holos are more expensive to make, which may be why they've strayed into different looks for the more recent DS releases, but I would gladly pay that extra dollar or two for more of these holographic beauties.