Wednesday, February 20, 2013

OPI Euro Centrale Collection Swatches/Review

Good morning all! I've got swatches of the OPI Euro Centrale collection for Spring 2013 for today so I hope you'll enjoy them!

My Vampire is Buff is a creamy off-white shade that needed two coats for opacity. The formula was pretty good for how light it is.


Suzi's Hungary Again! is a super bright and cheery pink. Two coats here.


Vant to Bite My Neck? is a gorgeousssss deep eggplant purple. I love this one so much! Two coats.


You're Such a Budapest is a soft, periwinkle blue shade. There's a little bit of very hidden shimmer in here. Two coats.


Can't Find My Czechbook is an amazing shade of turquoise that needed two coats for opacity. I can never have enough turquoise!


Polka.com is a glitter top coat that has magenta and blue glitter with purple micro glitter. I layered it over Hands Off My Kielbasa!


Hands Off My Kielbasa! is a rosy shade packed with bronze shimmer. Two coats.


My Paprika is Hotter than Yours is a HOT hot hot orangey red. You will not be ignored wearing this color! The formula was fantastic and just about a one-coater.


OPI... Eurso Euro TARDIS BLUE TARDIS BLUE! Sorry, had to get that out. This is a fabulous royal blue, needed two coats for opacity. 


A Woman's Prague-ative is an absolutely stunning warm coppery orange shimmer that needed three coats for opacity.


Oy-Another Polish Joke! is a shimmery gold polish that I think would be best suited for layering over another shade. This is three coats and as you can see, it's still not close to being opaque.


I Saw... U Saw... We Saw... Warsaw yeeeeeeesh that is one long name. This is a lovely deep blue shade; two coats.


The Euro Centrale collection is available now in stores and salons and retails for $9/each. Do you see any must haves here?

Products provided for review

16 comments:

  1. I like this collection but it didn't blow me away. I love Vant to Bite My Neck? and My Paprika is Hotter than Yours. A Woman's Prague-ative is gorgeous but looks close to China Glaze's Harvest Moon, which I already own, so I don't think I'll end up getting it. Some of the names in this collection...I want to sit in on OPI meetings and tell them when they're picking names that are way too long, lol.

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  2. I like the collection but I only picked up suzi's Hungary again and your such a Budapest

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  3. I actually love the OPI names hahaha I get such a kick out of them. I would love to try Vant to Bite My Neck?, My Paprika is Hotter Than Yours, and You're Such a Budapest :)

    http://abundanceoferica.blogspot.ca

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  4. I love A Woman's Prague-ative!

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  5. Your swatches are gorgeous. The blues look a little crelly-ish—I love that! Are they true cremes in person, though?

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  6. I passed this collection up at ULTA the other day, and now I'm regretting not picking a bunch of these up! Your swatches are gorgeous!

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  7. These are gorgeous! I really like My Vampire Is Buff, Can't Find My Czechbook, and Oy-Another Polish Joke!

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  8. I haven't been excited about a collection in a long time but the eggplant purple, Czech blue and orange red are simply amazing! Gorgeous swatches too!

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  9. Thanks so much for this review, it's a very tempting collection !

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  10. My favorites are Polka.com, A Woman's Prague-ative and Oy Another Polish Joke.

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  11. I am really loving this collection! Your swatches are gorgeous!

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  12. I HAVE to get my hands on that Budapest and Czech colors! Your perfect swatch is making me also want the Kielbasa color!

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  13. I love Eurso Euro, I bought it solely for the fact that it WAS Tardis blue!!! I also picked up the Mini pack, which I almost never do!

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  14. I love it! These OPI's looks amazing! :)

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