Nail Varnish Collection
As of Winter 2013
So next in my Nail Varnish Collection series is OPI. I own a good few OPI nail varnishes and some of them are really lovely, but for some reason it’s not a brand I really reach for. Then when I got them all out to take the photographs I was like, “why don’t I wear these more often?!” You can check out my Top Five OPI Nail Varnishes here, and the previous posts in my collection series here.
In this first row are I Think In Pink, Nothin’ Mousie ‘Bout It, If You Moust You Moust, Sparrow Me The Drama and I’m All Ears. I love Sparrow Me The Drama, it’s got a bit of a dusty quality to it which I really like. It’s part of the Pirates of the Caribbean collection and I think it has one of the best names ever.
In this second row are You Only Live Twice, The Spy Who Loved Me, Die Another Day, The Color Of Minnie, Red Hot Ayers Rock and Minnie Style. This second row starts showcasing some of my varnishes from the James Bond Collection and you’ll notice further on in the post that I do own the majority of that collection. I love James Bond and there are some really pretty colours in the collection.
In the third row are You Glitter Be Good To Me, Skyfall, Casino Royale, Mad As A Hatter, The World Is Not Enough and Live and Let Die. A lot more from the Janes Bond collection. I love Skyfall and Casino Royale, they were both unlucky not to make it into my Top Five.
In the fourth row are Kiss Me At Midnight, OPI… Eurso Euro, Tomorrow Never Dies, Alcatraz… Rocks, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and Here Today… Aragon Tomorrow. Alcatraz… Rocks was the first ever textured nail varnish I tried and you can read my review of it here. Kiss Me At Midnight is the second textured nail varnish I’ve bought and you can read my review of it here.
In the fifth row are Absolutely Alice, Last Friday Night, Mermaid’s Tears, Who The Shrek Are You?, Stranger Tides and Skull and Glossbones. I love this row, which is understandable as three of them appear in my Top Five Post.
In this sixth row are The Living Daylights, Rainbow Connection, Servin’ Up Sparkle, Wonderous Star, Goldeneye and You Don’t Know Jacques. I love wearing glitter nail varnish, but I hate removing it, so some of these nail varnishes don’t get used very often.
And finally this seventh row consists of Lights of Emerald City and Black Shatter. I love the square glitter in Lights of Emerald City. The Black Shatter varnish came free with an order and I’ve never used it and I’m not sure if I will, the next time I clear out some of my stash it’ll probably go.
I also have the The Man With The Golden Gun real gold topcoat. And yes, I keep this stored separately, still in it’s original packaging. The packaging is stunning, but that’s nothing compared to the nail varnish which is amazing.