OPI Euro Centrale is a collection of twelve polishes inspired by Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania, where classic meets contemporary. The collection boasts a wide variety of shades, ranging from pale nude to deep blue, and featuring everything from shimmering copper to aqua in between.
With no further ado, I am showing you my picks below.
A Woman's Prague-ative. A warm toned shimmering copper/orange. On applying the first coat, it seems quite sheer but the second coat will give you complete coverage. The shimmer is really intense.
Suzi's Hungry Again! is a warm pink with a hint of coral and a very subtle shimmer. Formula was quite runny and streaky. Below I have 3 coats of Suzi's Hungry Again!
You're Such A Budapest. A periwinkle purple creme with a slight shimmer. Formula was again on the thin side and needed 3 coats to overcome the streaky finish.
Can't Find My Czechbook. A bright aqua blue creme. Excellent formula for this shade, opaque in 2 coats.
OPI...Eurso Euro. A deep cobalt blue creme. Formula on the thick side, also opaque in two coats.
Polka.com is a combo of purple, fuchsia and blue large hex glitter and smaller purple glitter in a clear base. You do need to manoeuvre the glitter a bit to achieve a more even look, but overall a pleasant glitter combo from OPI.
The OPI Euro Centrale Collection will be available on LenaWhite from 6 Feb 2013. For more information, follow their facebook/twitter!
*Products were sent for review.