OPI Which Is Witch Review – Oz the Great and Powerful collection
This is another polish from the ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ collection. I’m not usually drawn to bar glitter, as I’ve mentioned before, but this is very pretty.
‘Which Is Witch’ is a clear base with holographic bars, medium hexs and tiny glitter. It applies very well and not much placement is needed to ensure even application. You’ll be very happy to hear that the glitter doesn’t curl (unlike the shambles that is ‘When Monkey’s Fly’), so the finish is lovely and smooth.
I truly love this polish: look how shiny it is! This catches the light in such a beautiful way.
This polish was applied over a base of Kiko ‘275 Black’ and I applied it at the base of the nail and slowly pulled the glitter up the nail to make a subtle gradient effect. It was then topped with Seche Vite.
OPI When Monkeys Fly Nail Varnish
I didn’t want to write a negative review. I love OPI. True love, love them. I have raved about them in the past, but I couldn’t get over the issues with this nail varnish. When I saw the polishes they were bringing out to coincide with the ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ film, I was so excited: Glitter ‘til the cows come home. And pretty, unusual glitters. Almost indie-polish glitter. *swoon*
A england Dragon Review
Another polish from the beautiful a-england ‘The Legend’ collection. This one is a glorious emerald green that, depending on the light, has a blue or gold tint and a true holographic shimmer running through it. This is one of those polishes that just has you staring at your nails all day.
Just like the other polishes in this collection, this could have been a one-coater but I am a creature of habit and did two coats anyway. It was then topped with Seche Vite, although it’s super shiny and sparkley without.
‘The Legend’ collection is sadly no longer available, but you can get Adina’s stunning nail polishes HERE.
OPI Don’t Talk Bach To Me
OPI Don’t Talk Bach To Me is from the OPI Germany collection (I just love this nail polish’s name!)
This is a chartreuse shimmery polish. It is so unusual that I couldn’t decide if I liked it or not for a long time. But I think I’m falling on the side of ‘like’. It feels like the perfect shade for spring and I don’t have anything else similar.
This was two thin coats of nail varnish, topped with Seche Vite.
You can buy it HERE, if you’re as big a fan as me.
OPI Eurso Euro Nail Varnish
The Euro Centrale collection is turning out to be one of my favourites from OPI. I totally fell in love with the nail varnish names from the beginning but the polishes have really grown on me after swatching,
‘Eurso Euro’ is a dark indigo creme polish. It is a lovely vibrant colour but it was quite a thin formula, I had to be careful not to flood my cuticles, but surprisingly it still only needed two coats. This is topped with Seche Vite.
You can buy this beautiful polish HERE and you can see my swatches of some other nail varnishes from the collection here: Polka.com, Vant To Bite My Neck, I Saw…U Saw…We Saw…Warsaw, You’re Such A Budapest, My Paprika Is Hotter Than Yours.