Continuing with last week’s post, as promised, here are the rest of the OPI San Francisco Collection swatches.
The OPI San Francisco collection includes a variety of finishes, but this post feature two creams and one shimmer finish. All the pictures have been taken with natural light and wearing two coats of each nail polish.
In this post, I have swatches of Keeping Suzi at Bay, Lost On Lombard and Muir Muir On The Wall.
OPI San Francisco Collection Swatches Part 2
6 shades from the OPI San Francisco Collection from left to right:
- A Piers To Be Tan – tan creme | swatch
- Muir Muir On The Wall – plum shimmer
- Lost On Lombard – red creme
- Peace & Love & OPI – grey duochrome | swatch
- Keeping Suzi at Bay – blue creme
- I Knead Sour Dough – red shimmer | swatch
OPI Keeping Suzi at Bay
Another ode to Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive Vice President and Artistic Director, of course. Keeping Suzi At Bay is a royal blue with a cream finish. It takes two coats for perfection and has a smooth application. I was impressed, usually blue creams are difficult for me to apply.
OPI Lost On Lombard
Lost On Lombard is a garnet red with a creme finish. It has opaque coverage with two coats and has a smooth application. LOL is one of those classic reds; if you have one in your collection then I would skip this shade. Nevertheless, I’m smitten!
Bare in mind there are lots of classic reds, some for spring/summer and others for fall/winter. I can find all sorts of reasons to justify more red lacquers.
OPI Muir Muir On The Wall
Muir Muir On The Wall is a dark shimmery plum. MMOTW has a slight gold duochrome quality to it that is much more apparent in the bottle than it appears on the nails. It’s very wearable for the fall and winter months. This was the sheerest of all 6 shades I tested out. The application was smooth, but needed three coats to be entirely opaque.
Did you miss part 1 of these OPI San Francisco Collection swatches? Find them here!
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