If you're in to nail art, then you'll love OPI's new Color Paints Collection*! This line of sheer polish is meant to be blended together to create a rainbow of different nail effects. I'll be honest - I'm no good with nail art. So today I'll be sharing swatches of all of the polishes on their own, but you can definitely try mixing them together if you're more artsy than I am!
Chromatic Orange is my favourite from this collection - the formula dries to a very shiny finish, and it's pretty much opaque with two coats.
Indigo Motif has a very streaky formula, as you can see in the swatch below. I used three coats, but it's still somewhat sheer and uneven. The navy blue colour is quite pretty, so I really wish the formula was easier to work with!
Landscape Artist is a green polish that's very similar to the colour of grass. This formula was fairly easy to work with, and almost fully opaque with two coats.
Magenta Muse is a strawberry pinky-red with a super glossy finish. Another one of my faves from this collection!
Pen & Pink is a bright pink colour that's pretty, but I did find the formula a bit hard to work with. My nails were left looking a bit uneven and streaky, even after 3 coats.
Primarily Yellow is a bright sunshine yellow shade. I find this one a bit hard to look at - if I'm going to wear yellow polish then it better be fully opaque! I used three coats of Primarily Yellow, and I'm still left with a bit of a smokers nails effect.
Purple Perspective is a glossy eggplant purple shade. I used three coats, but this is another polish with a streaky, uneven formula.
Turquoise Aesthetic is a pretty teal, but again, the formula was uneven and difficult to work with.
Silver Canvas is the opaque base colour from this collection. I really like this colour on its' own, but you can also layer polishes over top for a unique and more opaque look.
These polishes are obviously meant to be blended together, and used to create different nail art effects. You can of course wear them on their own if you wanted to, but they'll really shine when used in more creative ways.
What nail art looks would you create with OPI's new Color Paints?