When our team decided we were going to dedicate this week to our nails, I got excited. I usually don’t have much time to get all prettied up but I believe that having beautiful, clean and neat nails is very important. It is almost like a first impression and tells a lot about a person. And it is so quickly done.
Because it is Christmas season I wanted to try colors that would go with that special time of the year. So I thought maybe a nice red or glittery gold? Doing researches I found the new O.P.I. Germany Collection. Wow I thought I had to try that. The names of the colors are pretty crazy. Me being German I thought that is very stereotypical but hey I guess those are the typical German things? Or have you not heard about Pretzels, Knockwurst and of cause the Oktoberfest?
The whole O.P.I. Germany Collection consists of 12 colors. I focused on the following 4:
- Suzi & the 7 Düsseldorfs
- Unfor-greta-bly Blue
- Nein! Nein! Nein! OK Fine!
- Don’t Pretzel My Buttons
Suzi & the 7 Düsseldorfs is a sparkly purple color. I like purple and pink as eye shadow as well so I thought that would go as a whole combination. It is a sparkly but not over the top color.
Unfor-greta-bly Blue – is a very dark color. If you want to keep the blue, don’t apply two layers as it will easily start to look like black.
Nein! Nein! Nein! OK Fine! – is a grey nail polish. Now you think nail colors always need to be colorful? I disagree. I think ones in a while when my outfit is very colorful, a simple and discreet nail polish is the perfect match.
Don’t Pretzel My Buttons – is a nice light pink color. It is very shimmery and might be the perfect color to wear to work everyday and still look very stylish.
The O.P.I. applicator makes it easy to apply all of their nail polishes. And after trying different brands, I have to admit, that O.P.I. colors stay on longer before starting to peel.
Considering the awesome colors and great quality of that nail polish I can live with the stereotypical names. :)Last modified on
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