5 Pretty Pink Nail Polishes For Spring!

I’m pulling out the pink nail polish as we near Spring and here are a few of my favorites! I love pink nails because I feel like it lasts longer and is easy to touch up, of and of course it soooooo pretty!

Morgan Taylor in Plumette With Excitement – This was part of the Spring 2017 Beauty & The Beast Collection. Plumette With Excitement has a white base and is a light opaque pink. Morgan Taylor also has a really pretty dark pink called Be My Guest.

Julep in Stacie – This shade is  Autumn Rose Crème but I love this deep pink for Spring!

OPI Classic Nail Lacquer in Cozu-melted in the Sun – This shimmery pink looks so pretty in the sun, go figure!

Essie High Class Affair – This is a amorous blush nude with a very small hint of pink. Perfect for weddings and classy affairs!

Avon Gel Finish in Dazzle Pink – This 7-in-1 nail enamel from Avon dries shiny and does not need a top coat. It is a pretty light pink with a touch of shimmer.

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I love the NEW OPI Grease Nail Lacquer!

I was so excited to find the OPI Grease Nail Lacquer Mini 4-Pack! I was a huge fan of Grease in the 70’s and I love the shades names and colors.

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The Grease Nail Lacquer Mini 4-Pack includes: 

  • Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milkshakes
  • Mini Was It All Just a Dream?
  • Pink Ladies Rule the School
  • You’re the Shade That I Want

I am wearing Pink Ladies Rule the School.

They also have a set called Grease Infinite Shine Mini 4-Pack with:

  • Chills are Multiplying
  • Frenchie Likes To Kiss?
  • Mini Infinite Shine ProStay Primer
  • Mini Infinite Shine ProStay Gloss

The Grease Nail Lacquer Collection also includes full-sized bottles in:

Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milkshakes (creamy white)

Chills Are Multiplying! (icy blue)

Frenchie Likes To Kiss? (lavender)

Pink Ladies Rule the School (candy pink)

Hopelessly Devoted to OPI (light peach)

You’re the Shade That I Want (hot magenta)

Meet a Boy Cute As Can Be (buttercup yellow)

Summer Lovin’ Having a Blast! (bright peach)

Was It All Just a Dream? (turquoise blue)

Teal Me More, Teal Me More (deep teal)

Tell Me About It Stud (vibrant red)

Danny & Sandy 4 Ever! (deep blue shimmer)

OPI Suzi & the 7 Düsseldorfs Nail Polish Review

Happy October everyone!

Today I picked up Suzi & the 7 Düsseldorfs Nail Polish from OPI and in addition to loving the name I am all over this amazing purple color from their Germany Collection which is pretty appropriate for October. Bring on Oktoberfest!

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What’s to love?

The OPI Germany Collection came out in Fall 0f 2012 so I’m a little later but this is still an awesome color, especially for Halloween.

The purple is a super pretty electric purple and it’s classified as a pearl finish. I would say it reminds me of Prince’s Purple Rain purple and it’s so, so pretty.

I easily applied two coats and OPI is awesome because it dries fast with zero goopiness or streaking. I think you need two coats as one is a little bit to shear and thin.

This popular collection also includes some great pearl shades like Deutsch You Want Me Baby? (red pearl ), Don’t Pretzel My Buttons (orange/beige pearl) and Unfor-greta-bly Blue (electric blue pearl).

I purchased this bottle at a local discount retailer for $6.99 and now I want to go back and find the other shades from the Germany Collection!

OPI Nail Lacquer Review

I needed a little color on my nails today so I picked up some OPI Nail Lacquer in Cozu-Melted in the Sun.

What’s to love?

I am so in love with the Cozu-Melted in the Sun color. It’s a super light shimmery pink that’s almost a nude with tint. It’s a great mid-Summer break from the darker shades I’ve been wearing and looks great with everything.

OPI is also such a quality polish, there really is a difference between the high and and low end polishes (although I like both). The OPI Nail Lacquer goes on super smooth and dries really fast with a beautiful finish and texture, it’s got just a tiny bit of roughness that gives it a 3-D look.

I really want to pick up some more OPI shades for Fall now that I’ve tried it.