The Euro Centrale Collection by OPI consists of 12 polishes. Here are my six picks:All swatches have one coat of base- and top coat (Seche Vite). The pictures are taken in daylight.
Can’t Find My Czechbook, a bright aqua blue cream. The first coat came out quite streaky but the second one evened it out. This is definitely one of my favorite shades for Spring.
A Woman’s Prague-ative, a warm copper/orange shade with lots of golden shimmer. I used two easy coats.
Suzi’s Hungary Again, a bright pink cream. It has shimmer but it’s quite hidden in the formula and therefore not direct visible. The formula of this one is a dream to work with. I used two coats here.
You’re Such A Budapest, a lilac cream with slight shimmer. Lovely shade but the formula is thin and watery and therefore tends to run. I needed three thin coats for full opacity.
Polka.com, purple fine glitter plus teal and fuchia hexes in a clear base. The formula is surprisingly great for a glitter polish. You’ll get a perfect amount on the brush and the glitter spreads nicely without replacing them. This is one coat over You’re Such A Budapest and Can’t Find My Czeckbook (accent).
OPI… Eurso Euro, a cobalt blue cream with purple undertones. The formula is jelly-ish and therefore extremely shiny 🙂 I used two easy coats.
What do you think of my picks from this collection? Which one(s) is/are your favorites?