Hoppy Easter everyone!
Today I'll be showing swatches of the four polishes I picked up from OPI's Euro Centrale collection.
I kinda wanted all of them... But I was determined to be reasonable. (There may be one or two more that come home with me eventually...)
OPI - You're Such A Budapest
As always, I am a sucker for purples, and this one is niiiice. Very subtle shimmer. It is kinda thin and you need three coats for full coverage but it dries quickly so it's not a pain.
OPI - Can't Find My Czechbook
I spell this one wrong every time. But it is a lovely blue that at first seems like it would be really dupey but it actually has a lovely dusty quality to it that makes it different. 2 coats. Great formula.
OPI - My Vampire Is Buff
Why oh why do there have to be so many great nudes... This is a bone-white nude creme that's just delicious. I did three thin coats but you might be able to get away with two thick ones if you are so inclined.
Feels so nice and clean on the nails. Into it.
OPI - Polka.com (over My Vampire Is Buff)
First of all, love the name. Second, LOVE THE POLISH.
This one is soooooo good and you really need to go get it. I think this will be one of the ones you'd regret not buying in a few months when it is out of stores.
Pink, purple, and blue glitter? Yes please. All of it. All the time. Gimme.
I decided that turning the above combo into a jelly sandwich would be kinda Easter-eggy, so I added a coat of OPI - Don't Touch My Tutu, and voila!
This is my current manicure and I don't wanna take it off!
I also wore Polka.com over the other 2 colors I bought - immediately after buying the polishes I had to put them on. (But only on my right hand because my left hand was occupied with swatching.)
I will never master the art of taking photos of my right hand. It is just too hard with a camera built for taking photos WITH your right hand. You should see me trying to hold the big camera with my left hand and pose my right hand and look through the viewfinder. It is really comical. Anyways...
What did you guys think of Euro Centrale?
And again... Go get Polka.com!