OPI Germany Collection – part 2

Here’s part 2 from the Germany Collection by OPI.
Missed my swatches of the six other colors belonging to this collection? Click

Deutsch You Want Me Baby?
This deep orange shimmer is a perfect color for fall if you ask me. This is my favorite of the colors I’ve swatched for this post. Formula is really great.
Schnapps Out of It
A dusty brick shade with very fine silver shimmer. Application is in one word
Don’t Pretzel My Buttons!
A nude creamy beige/pink. Not my kinda color. Again, I think most nude colors don’t suit my pale skin, which actually is a shame because I like nude colors!
Don’t Talk Bach To Me
This is a dusty lime/yellow shade which reminds me of mustard. Not sure what to think of this one.
Berlin There Done That
A beautiful light taupe creamy polish with a little bit of grey. It’s lighter then You Don’t Know Jacques but just as pretty. Formula is quite thin, but that didn’t give me any problems.
German-icure by OPI
This is a dark brown polish with orange shimmer. Again, formula is great. Needed 3 coats for this one though. Really lovable. Also a perfect color for fall.

What do you think of these six of the collection? And which one is your favorite?
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4 thoughts on “OPI Germany Collection – part 2

  1. I wasn’t going to buy any of these cuz I didn’t think they were too special (this always happens) but then I saw swatches of them and decided some were ok… well now I have My Very First Knockwurst (love), Don’t Talk Bach To Me (love), and… it seems like I have one more. Anyway- I REALLY like those two I mentioned, I think Don’t Talk Bach To Me is awesome… definitely more greenish than I expected, like a light charteuse but I think it’s awesome. I love “ugly” colors. 🙂

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