Tuesday, January 8, 2013

OPI Germany Collection Fall 2012

OPI comes out with a region based polish collection every year and for 2012 they did a Germany collection. I enjoy this bunch very much and think OPI did a fab job on them all.

This is Berlin There, Done That, a light grey taupe with a super slight purple tinge.

Danke-Shiny Red is a shiny blue toned red. Very shiny and almost metallic in finish.

Deutsch You Want Me Baby? is probably the best polish name I've ever heard. This is a beautiful warm autumn orange metallic shimmer.

Don't Pretzel My Buttons is a nude beige cream. Fabulous formula and a great palate cleanser type color.

Don't Talk Bach To Me is a hot color, and very unique. It's a yellowy spring green. It reminds me of a softer and more metallic almost pearly version of Fiercely Fiona. Love.

Every Month Is Oktoberfest is a striking vampy deep reddish purple shimmer that glows like crazy. It reminds me of older OPI colors that were so hot back in the day, but that we never appreciated until they were gone.

German-icure by OPI is a vampy brownish burgundy darkened red shimmer. Same type of color as Oktoberfest. Another gorgeous lacquer!

My Very First Knockwurst is a light slightly dusty pink nude. So fresh and so clean, clean. And feminine.

Nein! Nein! Nein! Ok Fine! is a dark dusty green toned grey. Close to Zoya Noot. Like with Noot, I wish it was more green but I still like it.

Schnapps Out Of It! is another great polish name. This is a pinky warm terracotta earthy color with slight silver shimmer. Weird and not particularly beautiful but I really like it.

Suzi And The 7 Dusseldorfs is a shiny shimmery metallic red toned purple. Similar finish to Zoya Suri with a red tone instead of blue.

Unfor-Greta-bly Blue is a shimmery metallic teal toned blue. Lovely and very wearable.

I really like this collection, very well rounded. Might be my favorite regional OPI collection since their France collection. You can buy OPI at salons and select retailers for $8.50.

Products provided for review.