Monday, 4 February 2013

OPI Hands Off My Kielbasa!

Happy Monday everyone! I hope you're easing back into your school or work weeks. I don't have class until 4 on Mondays this semester, so I actually find myself looking forward to lazy Monday mornings. Who would have thought that would ever happen!?

Today I have another polish from OPI's Euro Centrale Collection to share with you, Hands Off My Kielbasa!* I have to admit, when I saw this in the bottle, I thought it was pretty, but I wasn't overwhelmed by it. So, it took me a few weeks to go ahead and try it out, and now I'm so happy I did!

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Hands Off My Kielbasa! is a very pretty bronzy peach polish, with golden shimmer. I think that this is a lovely twist on a nude polish, as it is still very work-appropriate, but it's a bit more fun. The formula of this polish was amazing. I only needed two coats for a fully opaque finish, which was great considering the light shade of this polish. 

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I love wearing shades like this, as it's a nice break from the typical glitter polishes that I wear. Something more subdued is a bit refreshing! I couldn't be happier with the formula, and the colour is so flattering and pretty. 

What do you think about OPI's Hands Off My Kielbasa!? The Euro Centrale Collection officially releaseds on February 6th. Will you be picking up any shades from this line up? :)

6 comments:

  1. love the nail varnish!! opi always feels so nice to put on the names i find!
    love it if you could check out our blog xx

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    1. Thanks! OPI always has the best names :)
      I'll check it out now! :)

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  2. This is a really pretty peachy polish but I am certain I already have something close enough to this color to pass on this one. It is very girly though.

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    1. Thanks! If you already have something similar then you can for sure take a pass on this one. I like this type of shade in general, but the formula of this polish was great too :)

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  3. milktea said... Does it remind you of a lighter, more shimmery version of Gouda Gouda Two Shoes?

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    1. Gouda Gouda Two Shoes is a bit darker and a bit more brown! But they are very similar :)

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