OPI is pretty amazing. I can’t claim that this is an actual fact… but I’m pretty sure that they release more colors per year than any other nail polish brand. Imagine their color archives! It’s gotta be incredible. I picture an endless hallway of bottles placed on shining pillars protected by glass, like in a museum.
OPI recently released their Euro Centrale & OZ collections. I’ll cover off on those in depth later, but for now I wanted to show you a pairing I fell in love with. It’s perfect for spring!
You’re Such a Budapest* stole my heart the moment I saw it. I love a good lavender to begin with — and YSAB is a little richer and deeper than the usual pastel purples. It hovers between purple and lavender and leans on the blue side. It’s technically a creme, but has a hint of jelly to it. That element of translucency adds a delicate touch to this color.
I contemplated wearing YSAB solo… but then The Lights of Emerald City* were twinkling at me and I couldn’t resist. TLOEC is fantastic. Tiny pieces of square metallic glitter sparkle green, peach, pink and gold, suspended in a clear base. Mixed among them are larger squares of pearl white glitter.
I carefully applied TLOEC so that the white glitter pieces were concentrated toward the middle and tips of my nails, leaving the area near my cuticles clean. I was going for a slightly gradated look.
These nails felt very My Little Pony, Pretty Pretty Princess-y, in the very best way possible. These are two new bottles that I am thrilled to have in my collection.
*product provided for honest review