In person this was a little bit more dusty looking. I used 1 coat over You're Such A Budapest for the photos below.
The formula was good, it was easy to apply and the opacity was great. Suzi's Hungary Again is a warm medium pink with a subtle shimmer.
Before I get into today's post I wanted to let you know that the winner of my pi Cture p Olish Mallard giveaway was Lee Ann!
Big thank you to everyone who entered, I loved reading everyone's dream nail polish shades.
There were some seriously fantastical ideas, I wish I was as skilled as some of the indie polish makers are so I could whip some of them up!
Check out all the swatches & reviews by clicking the read more button below! I'm kind of on the fence with this, on one hand I like the color and in the shade it's really beautiful but on the other hand it leans a little too much towards being frost for me. The formula was a little thin on this shade and it was a bit streaky as well. This was very sheer, I think it would actually be wonderful for layering.
A Woman's Prague-ative is an orangey copper with gold shimmer. The formula was good, it wasn't streaky and it didn't show as many brushstrokes as I expected it to. I'm thinking that it will probably look fantastic over the blues from this collection.
Really interesting shade, I'm actually wearing it right now. It feels a little bit like fall shade to me, like something I'd wear for Thanksgiving. The formula was ok, it was a little bit thinner than I personally like so that made it a little bit hard for me to work with. It does build up on it's own, I liked it at 3 coats but there was still some visible nail line. I love this, I love that OPI has given us a glitters like this in interesting combos in the last couple of collections!The formula was good, it was a little sheer but it had a sheer reddish base which helped it build up easily. Both photos below are in the sun, I tried to take shade photos and my camera was like NOPE and all it could see was red :( Can't Find My Czechbook is a dusty aqua blue creme. The formula was great, it was easy to get a lot of glitter onto the brush and I didn't struggle with having to place it or dab it on.Today I have OPI's Spring 2013 Euro Centrale Collection to share with you guys! Eurso Euro but it's not so dark that it looks black, even in the shade. This is very orange on me but OPI describes it as red.I've been pretty excited for these so I'm excited to show them today! The formula was good but I did find that I had to be delicate with the pressure I put on the brush while applying the polish so it got streaky. This dried a bit darker than I expected it to based on the bottle. Maybe it will pull more red on those of you who aren't as ghostly as I am haha!The local beauty supply I go to got them a while ago but due to their contract with OPI they couldn't sell them until the official release date, which is today! The formula was good, a little thick but very easy to work with.Anyway, they have been teasing me by keeping them in a display in a locked box..was torture seeing them just sitting there saying *swatch me* when I couldn't touch them. This was nearly a 1 coater, I ended up using 2 coats but if you have short nails 1 will probably work fine for you. Really gorgeous shade but it does remind me of a few other things we've seen lately. Not the best on my skin tone but very pretty nonetheless.