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San Francisco by OPI Review



San Francisco by OPI brings street chic style with West Coast flair to nails and toes for Fall/Winter 2013. This new collection features a palette ranging from sky and sea-colored hues of blues and gray to reds, burgundies and browns inspired by some of the city’s most iconic elements – Chinatown, the Golden Gate bridge and the Embarcadero.

I was able to review some of the collection! All images are shown with two coats.


Embarca-Dare Ya!

Embarca-Dare Ya! is a creamy magenta.


Haven’t the Foggiest

Haven’t the Foggiest is a gorgeous metallic silver.


A-Piers to Be Tan

A-Piers to Be Tan is a brown creme finish. I’m not that fond of brown polish, but that’s okay because this next one is….


In the Cable Car-Pool Lane

In the Cable Car-Pool Lane is a rich burgundy, and one of my favourites in this collection.


I Knead Sour-Dough

I Knead Sour-Dough is a pearly brown.


Incognito in Sausalito

Incognito in Sausalito is an incredibly deep blue that is almost black.

What do you think of the collection? In addition to the above shades, there are also three new Liquid Sand™ nail lacquers in earthy hues of taupe, blue and gray: It’s All San Andreas’s Fault, Wharf! Wharf! Wharf! and Alcatraz…Rocks. Liquid Sand lacquers dry to a textured, matte finish, infused with reflective sparkle.

Take a look at the full collection below, but hurry! This collection is almost ready to leave stores.

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