Visions of Georgia Green was obviously inspired by the classic Coca-Cola bottle, it's a warm soft green metallic with a silver/pale purpleish pink shift, green shimmer flecks and pink shimmer. This was exciting to me when I first heard about it but I found it a little underwhelming once I put it on. It's pretty sheer, I had to use 4 coats. Nice idea, but doesn't quite hit the mark for me.
You can see the complexity better in the shade photo, but I still wish it was a bit darker or something. It's like just a whisper of green, which I'm sure was the look they were going for, mimicking the glass and all.
And this is Centennial Celebration, a silver foil with a touch of gold. It might look totally silver here, but next to a true silver, like My Signature is "DC" from the full Coca-Cola collection, it definitely comes off warmer and more pewter. However I don't think it's that big of a difference to warrant another silvery foil in the same collection. This was opaque in one coat, but I used two. The brush in this one had some wonky bristles, so it wasn't fun to paint with, but if your brush is normal I'm sure you won't have any issues.
OPI polishes can be purchased at professional salons like JCPenney Salons, Trade Secret, Sally Beauty Supply, Ulta.com and Ulta as well as a lot of other retailers and online. What do you think of the two new Coca-Cola shades? Are you a Coke fan?
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.