It’s not that often I see a beauty product and think to myself: ” I must have it!”. But when I saw swatches of OPI’s Every Month Is Oktoberfest, I knew that I had to get it.
I finally did get it in October and want to show it to you today.
OPI does fantastic and complex dark nail polishes and this one is not an exception. It is blackened reddish purple (does that even make sense?).
It looks fantastic on the nails, especially in the sun.
My friend’s two-years-old girl was mesmerized by it the other day 🙂 She was actually very sad that her Mum does not let her paint her nails as she is “too small yet” (according to her).
On the photo above I am wearing only one coat on the nail polish.
I love the brush which is thin and wide, the formula and the colour. I have applied it two days ago and it looks great so far but OPI nail polishes do last on me for three-four days usually.
Every Month Is Oktoberfest is definitely in my personal TOP 3 nail polishes now!
Michelle from Beauty Editor just posted a preview of OPI’s Spring collection which is called Euro Centrale. It was inspired by Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Romania.
I personally love the light blue which is called Can’t Find my Czechbook the best, at least judging by the promo photo.
Since the Spring collection is not yet available you can get something from the Skyfall collection.
The shades are: Golden Eye,
I have been wearing Nicole by OPI Iceberg Lotus nail polish for the last several days.
First of all, I have to say that that I absolutely love the name and the colour. But the most special thing about this nail polish is that my brother picked it up for me, I mean the brand and the colour, it was his decision. I did not even ask for it.
I am very happy to see that he picked up something so pretty, makes me proud 🙂
On the nails it looks like a greenish turquoise, the shade depends on the light and angle.
The formula is very smooth and applies nicely. I get the intensity that I want with
I am always loving all the OPI collections inspired the the countries and am always excited to see what country will inspire the next collection. The country for A/W is Germany and no one does the names as OPI, right?!
There are twelve shades as usual and they are:
- Don’t Pretzel My Buttons, a haute honey-beige that can always make you smile.
- My Very First Knockwurst …and what a magical rosy-nude rendezvous it was!
- Berlin There, Done That, a travelling taupe that’s seen it all. (Yep, that too)
- Don’t Talk Back to Me, there’s nothing mellow about this sassy lime-yellow.
- Nein! Nein! Nein! Ok Fine!, a bodacious black-olive? We say “Ja! Ja! Ja!”
- Unfor-Greta-bly Blue, everyone’s favourite Fräulein loves
March is the month of Ovarian Cancer Awareness. This is the second year when OPI and Lena White are donating £1 to the charity for every £11 bottle sold.
You can read more about the campaign and everything about it in the post that I’ve written last year.
I think it’s very important to support this case so please do so if you can!
Last year that shade was OPI Ski Teal We Drop and this year it’s OPI Teal the Cows Come Home ( £11).