OPI Scores A Goal is from the Brazilian Collection spring/summer 2014. The color is a bit surprising for spring, but it's a beautiful color, and it does go well with all the dry, dusty and burned colors of the coming summer.
Judging from the samples I had seen online I thought this one was just another brown - a color that is not my cup of tea in any incarnation. So it was a great surprise to see it in the bottle - a cool, slightly greyish, plum creme. It doesn't look brown in any light - if anything it looks mauve when the light is low. I have (too) many nail polishes, but I don't have a color exactly like this. A friend of mine asked me if it wasn't just the poor girls Charivari (Chanel, same spring), but they are totally different. OSAG is lighter, warmer and far less blue.
The first coat was a little tricky, but that was probably due to a few weird coarse hairs of the brush. When they were eliminated, application was easy and smooth. I really enjoy wearing it, and I'd buy it again if I ever ran out of it.