"Sheer" Your Toys! is from OPI Holiday Collection 2008. This color is a metallic silvery grey which flashes some pink tone. If you look at it carefully, you can see some really fine pink shimmers. Quite pretty. In my opinion, this color is similar to Gone Platinum In 60 Seconds which is also from OPI. But this one is not as matte as Gone Platinum In 60 Seconds. The color is very cool tone and it's quite unique and I really love this color. It applies really easily and it's quite sheer even after 2 coats. I guess you really need a good 4 coats to make it completely opaque or have a very good technique if you only apply 2 coats. I will recommend this color if you like grey.
St Petersburgundy is from OPI Russian Collection in 2006. I really would like to love this color. At first, just by looking at the picture, this color is a blood red creme with a brown undertone. Quite deep and vampy. It is definitely a fall/winter color. Once I put it on, I am terribly disappointed. Same as some viewers, the color is quite streaky even it's deep red. It's not remotely evenly distributed. Even after 3 coats, I can still see some part of the color is darker than the others. Formula isn't great. It chips very easily too. I will not buy this color ever again.
Ulta Twinkled Pink is a very baby pink polish with lots of silver glitters and a silver sheen on top. I guess the color has a bit of purple tone and it's actually very pretty. It's quite sheer itself but once you put it on, the color will come alive. I personally think this color suits cool and lighter skin tone as my skin tone is too warm and it looks like the pink is kind of 'nude' on my nails. That said, I still love this color and I prefer it on fingers than on toes.
The One That Got Away is from Katy Perry Collection in 2011. This color is shimmery magenta, fuschia, berry color. It has a foil finish on top. It has lots of micro purple, fuschia glitter on top that is very flattering. It's so easy to apply. It takes two coats to make it opaque and it's very pretty. It is the sort of color I think I will be wearing it at Christmas because it's not the usual red but it's interesting enough to be different.
Glamour & Glitz is from Hollywood Collection, I guess. This color is a honey taupe shimmer color. It's kind of warm and brownish too. The color has been discontinued for a long time. It doesn't take long to apply and the old formula dries really quickly. I think three coats will make it stand out. Although it's a pretty color, I think a cool skin tone stands out better. It does compliment my skin tone though. I will buy this one again if it's not too expensive.
Thanks So Muchness! is from OPI Alice In Wonderland Collection in 2010. This color is metallic finish with a cool red tone and with micro-shimmer. This is very easy to apply and it suits my medium warm skin tone. This color does look a bit cheap to me and it's more like a Christmas color. Nothing really special with this color as I have seen it before like An Affair in Red Square. I don't think I hate it but definitely not the one that will "wow" me. I rather have it on toes though. Won't buy this again.
Pike's Peak-A-Boo Purple is from the Rocky Mountain Collection. I think this color has long been discontinued and it's hard to find. The color itself is a cool tone eggplant purple and has a very strong blue tone. This color is so pretty. It has a silver sheen on it that's why it radiates cool tone. The finish is shimmer and it's very pretty. It takes me 2 good coats to make it opaque. Even I have warm skin tone, this color is so pretty and it really is unique. I can't find any similar nowadays. I will definitely buy this one again if it's not discontinued.
Planks A Lot is a purple creme polish that has a lot of blue/grey tone. It's a sort of lilac/lavender color. This color is darker than Done Out In Deco. It's a very cool tone base color. I find this color suits cooler skin tone as my skin tone is quite warm. However, it won't hurt to change sometimes. The application is quite easy although the first coat is quite watery and uneven. But after the second coat, it becomes opaque and dries really quickly. I like this color and will buy this one again.
Rally Pretty Pink is from OPI Glam Slam French Open Collection in 2011. I got full by this color very easily. When you first apply, it looks copper, particularly under warm indoor light. Under natural light, it looks purplish pink/coppery red. This color has lots of fine glitters like green, silver, copper and red. When they put together, it becomes like a foil sheen on top of the color. I think the foil finish gives it a versatile color of copper, purple and purplish/pink. When I look at the color from above at a 150 degrees, the color has a bit of purple/organe tone. The color comes with a red shatter and the red shatter looks great. It makes it look pink/purple. It reminds me of Lucky Chinese Red Lantern. The application is so easy and I love it. I am glad I bought this one and I will definite use it often.
Spark De Triomphe is from Serena Glam Slam Collection 2011. It belongs to the French Open. This color comes with a white shatter that cracks once you apply on the nails. It's a beautiful cool gold fine glitter with a sightly bigger silver glitter mixture. That's why under certain lights, it looks like gold/white platinum glitter. The application is easy and it takes 2 coats to give a complete coverage. I will imagine it's hard to take off. This color suit my warm skin tone but will definitely look great on darker skin tone. Once you apply the white shatter, it gives a different look. It gives a sort of statue color look like those golden statue with some white paint on top. It's very interesting. This is a beautiful color, and I am glad that I have one.
Mermaid's Tears is from OPI Pirates of the Caribbean Collections in 2011. This color is dusty, grey green color. People said it's minty but I don't think so. This green is like an ocean green that you can see from the sunlight. The color is basically cool tone based and I find it suits lighter cool skin tone people. The formula is creme based and the finish is slightly pastel. I find it so easy to apply and dries really quickly. The flawless finish is excellent and it has no bubbles and spread evenly. 2 coats make it opaque. It's great for spring and summer. Can also be worn in winter. I think it's a good color to keep if you like green.
Sparrow Me The Drama is from OPI Pirate of The Carribean Collection in 2011. This color is a warm pink polish that has a bit of blue undertone. The formula is creme based and it's very easy to apply. I find this color looks great on lighter skin tone than my warm olive skin tone as it's kind of blend in and it's hard to appreciate. But nevertheless, this color is very pretty and I think it goes well with girls who like pink. I find that this color looks like a remake of OPI Japanese Rose Garden but the formula is more pastel finish. It looks great on both hands and feet. It's more like a spring color to me than summer. I will definitely buy this one again
Steady As She Rose is from OPI PIrate of the Carribean Collection in 2011. This color is definitely not rose color. It's a pink based with a soft grey/bluish/purple undertone. The formula is creme and it's a very flattering looking polish. I would use pink lilac to describe this polish as it has lots of subtle grey tone. The finish is very pretty. It's like a pastel color. The application is so easy. I only use 2 coats to get an opaque finish. It dries so quickly. I find this color looks good on both toes and fingers and I will definitely buy this one again. Right now is autumn and this color suits well.
Stranger Tides is from OPI PIrates of the Carribean Collection in 2011. This color is green based with a lot of grey undertone. It's a sort of light burnt dying looking minty green. It's actually quite unique and flattering for my warm skin tone. The color is creme base and it's so easy to apply. The formula is so great and it dries super quick. I find the entire OPI Pirates collection is great as the formula dries really quickly and the color is very flattering and unique. Personally, I prefer this collection than the Shrek from last year. This color can be quite elegant for black outfit and I prefer it on fingers than on toes. I will find that if you have medium to darker skin tone, can pull it off easily. Looks great. Love it!
Skull & Glossbones is from OPI Pirates of the Carribbean Collection in 2011. I really love the name as it's quite similar to dead bone and it's very interesting. This color is creme based and it looks grey to me. But when you put it together with the other green polishes, this color has a hint of green tone too. The grey is green muted grey but mainly grey. The application is quite easy. I was a bit worried at first as the first application is quite uneven, but a thicker 2nd coat will make it flawless and opaque. It dries really quick too. This color compliments on my olive skin tone perfectly. I guess it will stand out in dark skin tone as it's very unique. Will buy this one again.