Hello lovely people, I hope you guys are doing well. Today I have for you the Venice Collection from OPI for Fall/Winter 2015.
Inspired by this extraordinary city, OPI presents a modern interpretation of Baroque style in 15 new shades of the Venice Collection. Romantic reds decadent blues, striking corals, dreamy pastels, elegant nudes, dramatic darks, and luxurious metallics proclaim that "less is more" is out and sumptuous indulgence is in.
Be There In A Prosecco, this is a beautiful neutral shade, a creamy beige with a yellow undertone, opaque in two coats.
I Cannoli Wear OPI, is a very light grey creme. This is two coats.
Tiramisu For Two, this is is a pink based beige creme. I applied two coats.
Gelato On My Mind, this is a light blue creme, I used two coats for the swatch below.
A Great Opera-Tunity, this is a light melon creme opaque in two coats.
Purple Palazzo Pants is lovely light lilac creme. I used two coats.
O Suzi Mio, this is a dark eggplant purple creme. Great formula, opaque in two coats.
It's A Piazza Cake, this is a creamy burnt orange opaque in two coats.
Amore At The Grand Canal, this is a beautiful romantic red creme. This was completely opaque in two coats.
St. Mark's The Spot, this is a royal metallic blue. I did two coats.
Gimme A Lido Kiss, this is a shimmery warm red opaque in two easy coats.
Venice The Party?, is aquamarine metallic. This is two coats.
Worth A Pretty Penne, a shimmery copper metallic. This is two coats.
Baroque...But Still Shopping!, this is a white gold metallic with gold glitter in various shapes and sizes. This is two coats.
My Gondola Or Yours? is a black creme with a very subtle shimmer to it. Opaque in two coats.
And this is the entire collection, a beautiful mix of soft and dark shades with metallics and glitters.
The Venice collection has something for every taste. The formula on these was fantastic!
My favorites are Tiramisu For Two, Be There In A Prosecco, I Cannoli Wear OPI and It's a Piazza Cake.
This collection is already available everywhere OPI is sold.
Thank you very much for reading!