OPI Malibu Collection

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I love this combination of vibrant, punchy shades and neutral earth tones. As a collection, there’s really something for every mood. It’s inspired by LA beaches which is quite an easy brief I imagine as anything goes. There are 12 shades available – I’ve got five here to show you.

OPI Malibu Collection

This is Pear-adise Cove in such a rich and juicy botanical green that it’s feels almost edible. I’m conflicted over green on nails – I liked Nails Inc Avocado but have only ever worn it once or twice because I get too easily pulled back to oranges and reds. Speaking of, I can see Pear-adise being a perfect match for either of those colours if you happen to be wearing clothes in that shade range – that’s when I could see this really sing.

OPI Malibu Collection

Meet Maliblue Shore and El Mat-adoring You (omg … I am really having to say these out loud to make them make sense – there is ‘matador’ in there somewhere!). I enjoy blue nails, and particularly this shade of baby blue which is great against black or white, clothes wise.

OPI Malibu Collection

Next up is PCH Love Song – it’s a glorious metallic shade of orange that is fiery and vibrant. I know it won’t be long before it’s on my toes! It’s OPI’s 40th anniversary this year – did you know it was originally called Odontorium Products Inc offering dental supplies…it’s a long way from there now!

OPI Malibu Collection

If you prefer your polish a bit quieter, nestling on the end there is from Dusk Til Dune. It’s a shell pink creme shade that’s very elegant.

OPI Malibu Collection

So here we are. Confession time – I dinged PCH Love Song just before photography so I’ve deliberately left it blurred. Apologies but I ran out of time to do it all over again. Are there any that take your fancy? Nail Lacquers are £13.90 each and you can find them HERE, non-affiliate HERE.

 

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