As most of you will know by now, I am a bit of a Nail Polish freak, I wear colour everyday, and probs have a few too many polishes sitting in my nail drawer, but when I saw OPI were bringing out a new Euro Centrale collection, I will admit I was straight off to buy it! (Some habits die hard)
This collection of colours was put together exclusively for QVC taking 4 polishes from OPI's new Euro Centrale collection, which is 12 brand new polishes inspired by 4 Central European Countries Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania.
It is a great mix of brights and darks that will be perfect for spring, with a bit of amazing sparkle thrown in for good measure.
This collection contains the 4 colours Polka.com, Suzi's Hungary AGAIN, Can't find my Czech Book and Vant to bite my neck.
Can't find my Czech Book
This is a gorgeous Spring Teal colour , that is not shockingly bright, but still really vivid. It is my favourite colour from the collection. I did think after one coat that it was quite a loud colour, but by the time you apply a second coat the colour deepens to a aquamarine shade. I love it, and have been wearing it non stop on my nails since I got it. If you like colours like Essie's Apple Candy, you will love this.
Suzi's Hungary AGAIN
A perfect bright summery pink, that actually has a real orange tinge to it. This looks great on the nails and would look even better with a tan. It will be my go to bright when the weather gets better and also looks great with all the monochrome at the mo. I know there are a lot of pink polishes on the market, but I would defiantly recommend trying this, and it will be amazing on toes.
Vant to Bite my Neck?
Ok, I know what you are thinking, where is the spring in this colour? Well to be honest there is not, but what this colour is a effortlessly chic and classic, I will be wearing this colour for years. It has a gorgeous gloss to it to which is why it will be great for a posh night night or if you want a really polished manicure. Compared to the other fun colours this is serious and elegant.
This is the really fun polish in the collection, it is full on sparkle in a bottle with purples, pinks and teal sequins. It does need a couple of coats if you are going to wear it as a single colour, but applying it over the other colours is the best way to wear this polish. It is a great nail art colour and the girly side of my just loves looking at the bottle - Ridiculous I know!
All the colours together
I am really happy with these colours, I know I will get a lot of use of them all, they are not just colours that are just for 1 season they are keepers. And I do love the formulation of OPI polishes I find that they are very chip resistant and 2 coats will really last at least 5 days, which for me is a miracle!
If you want to check out the full 12 Euro collection, here you go
I hope you like the colours and I would love to know if you love OPI too? Or if you have tried any of the other Euro colours?
Apologies if I have been awol over the past few days, but I have been taking a mini blogging break, as I have had some things going on my "normal" life. But I am back now and raring to go again. Sometimes I think you just need to take some time out, what do you think?
Anyway, lots of exciting things going on this week, I am going to a Blogger event tomorrow night for Manchester Fashion Week, which I am soo excited about to meet up with all my lovely fellow bloggers! I will be tweeting and instagramming all night so you can check out what we are up to. :-)