As promised, here is Part II of OPI’s Spain collection for fall 2009. These are the colors I feel are more safe and more easily dupable to others we’ve seen before. All of these in theory are nice colors and they mostly all looked good on me, however they were all a little plain and conservative for my tastes. It’s funny because most of these colors seemed like summer colors to me rather than fall.
The formula was perfect on all of these. All but one required only two coats and like I’ve said before, that’s always a plus! Check ’em out.
Pink Flamenco is my favorite out of these six. It’s a cool, bright pink creme. I am loving this color right now as a pedi and it’s very summery and pretty.
No Spain No Gain
No Spain No Gain is a medium berry creme that leans towards the purple side. It’s pretty but I’m not salivating over it or anything.
Manicurist Of Seville
Manicurist Of Seville is a bright poppy red creme. Do I think it’s nice? Yes. Do I have anything else to say about it? No.
Barefoot In Barcelona
Barefoot in Barcelona is one that I was hoping would be a “weird” taupey/mushroomy color, but sadly, it wasn’t. It’s more of a sand color. This is actually the only one that doesn’t work with my skin tone, it has too much yellow in it. This is also the only one that was fairly sheer, so I used three coats.
Bullish On OPI
Bullish On OPI is a orange/red creme. This is another one that’s nice, but doesn’t say either fall or original to me.
Conquistadorable Color is a pinkish/red creme and this was my second fav of these ones. Still it’s not really a color that’s very unique in my book.
Now that you have seen the whole collection do you like Part I or Part II better? Will you be buying any of these colors?
The OPI Spain collection should be coming out the first week of August so look for it at e-tailers and stores soon!