For Spring/Summer 2013 OPI takes us on a tour of Central Europe - Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. The shades range from brilliant blue crèmes to fiery coppers, which will allow everyone to find a favorite in this collection!
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OPI… Eurso Euro is a beautiful deep blue crème. The formula was very thin, but oh so shiny! I love shades like this, I may have a lot but I will always want more!
Polka.com (over OPI… Eurso Euro) is a pink, teal, and royal blue hex glitter in a clear base. There is royal blue micro glitter in there as well. This was easy to apply, no fishing required, and only took one coat.
Suzi’s Hungary AGAIN! is a warm pink with hidden shimmer. The first coat went on very streaky, but by the third coat it was very smooth. You want to be sure to wait in between coats to avoid any cuticle drag.
You’re Such a BudaPest is described by OPI as a “periwinkle-purple” crème, but to me is leans much more purple! It has a very similar formula as Suzi’s Hungary AGAIN! with the same hidden shimmer.
Can’t Find My Czechbook is a gorgeous aqua blue crème. The formula again was very thin but shiny, much like OPI… Eurso Euro. It really reminds me of another OPI, Aqua Baby, which was discontinued long ago.
My Paprika is Hotter Than Yours! is described as a fiery red, but to me is much more orange! Again the formula was on the thin side but shiny.
Hands Off My Kielbasa! is described as a “bronzy tan.” I was hoping that I would like this, since I fell in love with Butterfly Moment, but… The formula was great, and did not show brush strokes.
Oy - Another Polish Joke! is a shimmery gold suspended in a clear base. It is on the sheer side, I used three coats in the picture above. I love it on its own, its so glowy! But it also looks great layered over another shade, which you can see on my Instagram.
A Woman’s Prague-ative is Oy-Another Polish Joke! in a copper base. It looks very alive on the nails! If I was drawn to Autumnal shades like this, it would be my favorite… but I am not!
Vant To Bite My Neck? is a sexy deep eggplant crème. It was easy to apply in two coats, and I love that even in low light you can tell that it is purple and not black.
I Saw… U Saw… We Saw… Warsaw is a deep midnight blue. It’s not a true navy, instead it leans more to the teal side of the spectrum. Great formula and easy to apply in just two coats.
My Vampire is Buff is a creamy pale nude. The formula was much butter than I was expecting from a nude crème. I used three coats.
OPI Euro Centrale is available now. Have you picked up any of the shades yet? Which ones are on your shopping list?