I think that I have often mentioned that I spent a year in France as an exchange student. It was a wonderful opportunity even though I might not have entirely realized it at the time. Looking back now, one of my biggest regrets is not having traveled more. Living in Paris, I had access and time to travel so much, but I ended up not taking advantage of it. I will admit that I fell in love with Italy and ended up making multiple trips that took me from Venice to Rome. One of the places I wish I had visited is Portugal. I met quite a few Portuguese students in Paris and they were always warm, friendly and always asked me if my family was Portuguese due to my last name. I don’t have any Portuguese blood as far as I know, but I wouldn’t mind it one bit. Since I never got a chance to visit Portugal, I hope that I can one day make it so I can see the sights and definitely wander the streets of its capital: Lisbon. While I don’t know how representative the OPI Lisbon Collection is of the city it is inspired by, I won’t miss a chance to show you my top picks below.
OPI Tile Art To Warm Your Heart
OPI Now Museum, Now You Don’t
OPI No Turning Back From Pink Street
OPI Closer Than You Might Belem
OPI You’ve Got Nata On Me
OPI We Seafood and Eat It
The shades I picked out are beautiful and vibrant. I usually end up saying the same thing about OPI collections that are creme polish heavy: I love the all! Look, don’t hate me for always favoring cremes. I rely on mainstream brand for perfect cremes and on my indie brands for unique creations. All of the shades I picked out applied perfectly reacing full opacity with 2 coats. I don’t have much to say besides: get them if the colors appeal to you because you won’t be disappointed. These shades are available now anywhere that OPI is sold. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon.
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