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The OPI Fiji collection recently launched and it’s a lovely spring/summer collection with 12 bright and pastel polishes. In part 1 and part 2 of my OPI Fiji review I showed you swatches of eight polishes from the collection. In this blog post I’ll show you the last four shades!
First we have OPI Super Trip-i-cal-i-fiji-istic which is a lovely blue creme polish. What I like most about this polish is that it’s the perfect middle-tone of blue – not too dark and not too light. Also, the formula of this one was very pleasant to work with and it covered well in two coats.
This polish is OPI Exotic Birds Do Not Tweet, a super bright yellow shade. It’s a creme polish with a very thin formula – I applied three coats to get a somewhat opaque finish. I’m usually not the biggest fan of yellow but I think this polish will be a nice one for Easter.
Next up is OPI No Tan Lines. It’s a creme polish which I think will look a lot nicer in the summer with a bit of a tan. Also with this polish, the formula is quite thin. I applied three coats to get an opaque and even finish.
Lastly, we have OPI Living On The Bula-vard! which is a super bright red shade with orange undertones. When I first saw this shade I wasn’t really sure about it, but once I applied it I was hooked! It’s a creme polish which needs three coats for full opacity.
If you’re interested in buying any of the polishes in the OPI Fiji collection, you can find them on the following web sites:
I hope you’ve liked my OPI Fiji swatches and review! Don’t forget to check out part 1 and part 2, and for more of my nail art, visit my Instagram account @nailsbyic and my YouTube channel Nails by IC.