Can't Find My Czechbook is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. By looking at this bottle, it looks like a sky blue color. However, when I compare with the light blue, it doesn't remotely look like sky blue. This color has grey/black undertone and it looks a bit green. I guess it is more like a blue aqua creme color. The application is very easy. It took me 2 coats to make it opaque. I find it's very dusty blue aqua and it is very attractive. I will buy this again.
Suzi's Hungary Again is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. This is a bright coral pink colour. It has a tint of grey undertone that's why the color is not too neon. It gives me muted tint to it. There's also some really fine micro-glitter. It blends into the polish to make it looks like creme finish, that's why the color doesn not look flat. The application is very easy. It took two coats to make it opaque. For some reason, because my nail bed is not smooth, it does not cover evenly though. The color is very pretty for summer and great for toes. Will buy this again.
A Woman's Prague-Ative is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. This collection is for the spring/summer of 2013. The color is kind of coppery oragne. It has lots of red, orange and pink glitter, kind of foil like. The finish has a golden sheen to make it looking really shinny. Application is great. It took me 2 coats and the drying time is absolutely quick. I find this color is very pretty. Suitable to my olive warm skin tone. Really complimenting it very well. I guess this color is very versatile. Not just to wear in summer, I guess you can also wear it in fall/winter too. Look very warm. Although I like this color very much, I am not sure how often I will reach this one again. This color can also wear at Christmas time I suppose.
I Saw...U Saw...We Saw...Warsaw is from OPI Euro Centrale Collection 2013. I guess obviously this one is representing Poland. What a name! Anyway, this color is advertised a deep midnight blue. However, I find this color is more of a Prussian blue. The color has a tint of green but still mainly deep blue. Very black based and it's quite unique. Some people find it looks like a teal. However it is more of a deep Prussian blue to me. The application is very smooth. It takes 2 coats to make it completely opaque. I think becasue it is a dark base color, the drying time is so quick. The creme base make it look very elegant. I think this color should be put in fall/autumn instead of spring. I guess it is a bit for spring/summer. Anyway, this is a unique blue and it's great to wear with denim I supposed. I will definitely buy this one again.
Glints of Glinda is from OPI Disney Oz The Great and Powerful Collection 2013. This color is a beige color with a peach undertone. The formula is not thick. In fact, it is quite milky and sheer. Just enough pigment to make it noticeable on the nails. I guess this collection is meant to be a light, soft shade tone, that's why it does not appear to look very heavy on nails. Application is very easy. It is sheer, but the formula is so great that it spread evenly on my nails just after 2 coats. Although it does not make it completely opaque, it does give a hint of peach beige tone on my nails and it really just give a sheer cover on my nails. Even my nails are not perfectly smooth, the formula actually hides all the flaws. I would recommend this color to every girl if they like soft shade.
My Vampire Is Buff is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. I guess by the name of this color, it represents Romaina as vampire is originated from Romania I guess. The color itself is very interesting. It does not look white. When I put my nails against pure white, it gives out a beige tone, with a hint of orangey undertone. I was reading a paperback book, and I place my nails against those slight gone off white paper, the color looks exactly the same. It also looks like a off white Chinese chopsticks color that people use in a Chinese restaurants. Very interesting. The application is easy. I am surprised that the power of coverage is so good. It take a good 2 coats to make my nails become entirely opaque. However, because the color is light, it shows flaws easily if nailbed is not smooth, that just happen to myself. The drying time is really good. It takes less than 1/2 hours to be completely dry. I love it. So elegant and good for my warm olive skin tone. An outstanding color.
Vant To Bite My Neck? is from OPI Euro Centrale Collection 2013. This color is very dark when I put it indoor. It looks black. However, under natural light, I can see the purple. It is more like an eggplant purple with a black and also a hint of blue undertone. It still mainly purple though. The formula is creme and it is very smooth when I applied. It took 2 coats to make it opaque and it really dries quickly. I find this color also suits fall/winter as it is very vampy. It's great to wear it in the evening gown and I will buy another one as it's a really pretty purple.
My Paprika Is Hotter Than Yours is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. I think this is the only bright orangey red in this entire colleciton. When I first apply it, it looks more bright orange, almost neon under certain lights, but after I look at it for a while, it looks like hot tomatoes. The application is very easy. It took 2 coats to make it opaque and it appears quite smoothly. It dries less than 15 minutes. I personally think this color is hot and it's good for the beach and summer. Looks great on toes when you go to the beach too.
Anti-Bleak is from OPI Mariah Caray Collection 2013. This color is a deep purple with a hint of blue tone but mainly with purple tone. The color is similar to OPI Casino Royale of OPI 007 Skyfall Collection in 2012. Anti-Bleak however is slightly lighter than Casino Royale and has less of a purple tone. The color itself is creme base and application is great. It took two coats to make it opaque and it dries fairly quickly. I find this color is very suitable for fall and winter as it's very warm looking. Great for going to work too. I have just done my pedicure and apply this on and it looks great with open toe shoes. I will definitely buy this color again.
I Theodora You is from OPI Disney's Oz 2013 Collection. This is a baby milky pink color which is very cremey. It kind of looks like a bubble gum color, just a little softer. From the bottle, I thought this color is more for a younger girl to wear. However, once I put it on, it is very flattering and I am sure every lady should try this as it really is a feminine color in this collection. However, I find the application is not too easy. It takes me at least 2 good thick coats to make it opaque and even. If you have really smooth nail bed, the color will apply easily. The drying time I have to say is pretty quick though. I will probably buy another one for back up.
OPI...Eurso Euro is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. This color is categorised in the spring/summer collection. It's quite surprising to me because this color is more of a fall/winter color to me. The color itself is a blue violet. Very bright electric blue but with a hint of violet. The formula is creme and it's really really pretty. The color I find looks like blue-ink ball point pen color. Really unique. The application is quite easy and flawless. It only takes 2 coats to make it opaque and the drying time is excellent. I will buy this color again.
You're Such A Budapest is from OPI Euro Centrale Collection 2013. This one is a spring/summer series. The color is periwinkle. Kind of half purple, half cool tone light blue. Really unique and different. I don't know whether I should classify this into the purple or the blue category. But either way, it is a very pretty color. It looks great in summer especially wearing thongs on the beach. The application is great. I find I need two coats to make it opaque. It dries very quickly though. If I do this again, I probably will put three coats. I will definitely buy this color again.
Hands Off My Kielbasa! is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. This is the spring/summer collection of 2013. This color is a warm bronzy tan color. Under certain lighting, it looks orangy pink. But under intense sunlight, the color is more of a bronzy tan color. It has some nice fine glitter and it looks quite pretty. The application is very easy. It took 2 coats to make it opaque and it dries really quickly. I find this color is not as exciting as I thought but I will still wear it. It is very wearable during the day. However, I won't buy this color again.
Oy...Another Polish Joke! is from OPI Euro Centrale 2013 collection. This collection focuses in the Central European Countries of Poland, Czech Republic, Hugary and Romania. From the name, we can tell this color reflects Poland. The color itself is a bright warm gold glitter with lots of gold, orange and perhaps some light green glitters. It's quite pretty. And once you put it on, your nails don't feel that they are glitter as they feel quite smooth. The application is quite easy. It took me 2 coats but it is still not quite opaque. I think I need to put three coat to make it very opaque. It dries really quick and the application is flawless. This color looks more yellow gold but lean onto the pretty side. I love wearing it during summer and it's definitely a color for both warm and cool skin tone. Will definitely buy it again.
Casino Royale is from OPI James Bond 007 Skyfall Collection 2012. This is one of the Christmas colleciton. This color is very plum looking. It has a lot of warm purple tone leaning towards more red. It also has a black undertone and a hint of brown. Under natural sunlight, it's very plum and it's very pretty and sexy. The application is good. I find I need at least 3 coats to make it even. Opacity can be achieved in 2 coats. I find the creme finish make this color also look very elegant. It is definitely more winter than summer and I love wearing it to parties.