OPI – A bit of Spanish Flair

Okay okay we all know by now I love OPI nail varnish and whilst clearing out my make up drawers I discovered this little beauty from the ‘Coleccion de Espana’ relased by OPI in their Fall 2009 Spanish themed collection

opi-spain-coleccion-de-espana-by-opiOPI: At Berries in the Canaries

RRP: £5-8 per 15ml

They Say:

Part of the Coleccion de Espana, Ate Berries In the Canaries is a fabulous cool fuschia nail colour! Bright and breezy, this is definitely a colour for packing and taking on holiday with you.

I Say:

It’s hard to find a true bright purple magenta colour, without it verging on a pinky hue and this really is the perfect balance between the two. Bright enough to pop with the slight blue purple undertone to not have the colour seem too trashy. It suits just about ever skin tone and is bright and opi berries canariesyouthful but sophisticated enough to be worn to work if you are looking for and updated twist on the traditional vamp red.

What really impressed me was the pigment and consistency of the polish. Even for OPI the polish has a very high pigment and it the colour dries super quick, much faster than other shades in the range. it literally takes about 30 seconds and is very hard wearing mine lasted 3-4 days without chipping, whereas I’m usually lucky to go 1-2 days normally.

Perfect for the summer or winter, and great on fingers or on toes this colour really pops and is definitely worth and addition to your collection.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. OPI have the most beautiful berry colour- love!

    1. lifegoddess says:

      They do indeed I’m huge OPI fan!

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