Friday, 19 July 2013

OPI Euro Centrale Collection - Part 2

Here are the remaining 6 polishes of the 12 piece OPI Euro Centrale Collection.

I Saw...U Saw...We Saw...Warsaw is a dark blue creme.  I loved this blue, because even when not in the sun it did not look black, I think because it also has a slight teal undertone. It was streaky but Seche Vite fixed that!

My Vampire is Buff is a great nude-ivory creme.  I used 3 thin coats to achieve full opacity. is a very pretty blue, dark pink and teal multi-sized glitter.  I layered it on top of Your Such a Budapest, also part of the Euro Centrale collection.  It was relatively easy to apply for a glitter.

A Woman's Prague-ative is a copper-orange with gold shimmer. To achieve opacity I used 3 coats.  I have never seen anything like it...not sure if I like it.

Hands Off My Kielbasa! is a darker beige-pink shimmer polish. Opaque with 2 coats.  I think you could classify this as a frosted polish.

Oy-Another Polish Joke is a gold shimmer.  I used 4 coats for opacity.  I think this would be good as a coloured top coat over blacks or blues.  I personally don't like the look of it on its own.

I usually don't buy 12 piece collections but for some reason I just couldn't resist this one. Check out OPI Euro Centrale Collection - Part 1


  1. I ended up buying a bunch from this collection, too-- one of the best of the year, imo :) Your instinct about layering Oy is right on. It looks amazing over most every creme in this collection. I've worn it over Czechbook, Hungary, Buda-pest, and Eurso Euro, plus a handful of other colors. I hope you try it and post aout it! :)

  2. Really nice colors! I have and love it. Such a fun glitter.

  3. wish i had gotten more of these. great swatches

    1. Thanks is a great collection.