Inspired by the heart of Europe, OPI have recently launched their spring/summer 2013 range – OPI Euro Centrale. Focusing on the aesthetics of Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania, there are 12 lovely shades in the range…


OPI Euro Centrale range

From L-R in the above pic:

  • – a glittery combo of blue and violet
  • Eurso Euro – a very deep blue
  • Suzi’s Hungary Again – a bright pink
  • You’re Such a Budapest – an opaque lilac
  • Can’t Find My Czechbook – a deep aqua
  • My Paprika Is Hotter Than Yours – a fiery red

OPI Euro Centrale range

From L to R in the above pic:

  • Hands Off My Kielbasal – a dusky pink
  • OY-Another Polish Joke – a shimmery gold
  • A Woman’s Prague-ative – shimmery copper
  • Vant to Bite My Neck – a deep dark purple
  • My Vampire is Buff – a cream, pale nude shade
  • I Saw..U Saw..We Saw..Warsaw – a deep midnight blue

I’ve got my hands on a couple of these lovely new shades to show you. First up, is Suzi’s Hungary Again.


OPI Suzi’s Hungary Again

Suzi’s Hungary Again is a fabulous bright pink – it’s quite watery so goes on really well, and surprisingly only needs 2 coats to get great coverage.

Next up is Can’t Find My Czechbook


OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook nail polish

Can’t Find My Czechbook is a bright opaque aqua shade – again it’s quite watery but doesn’t need more than 2 coats to get great coverage. I love a blue/green shade and this one is great for sprucing up my nails for the Spring.

I’m a big fan of OPI and they’ve got it spot on with this range with some really great shades for Spring/Summer 2013.

OPI can be bought online at Lena White.