I took out three more OPI Holland colors, and these are the ones you'll get to see today.
I Have a Herring Problem, three coats. The sun washed the color out, but I took a bunch of pics in different lights, so you'll have an idea. And look at this bottle macro:
You can tell what's going on here, right? Yes, a lot. Dusty, slightly teal blue base with silver and gold shimmer, and some of those little black bits that enhances the dirty look in such an awesome way. This is my favourite polish of the collection, and almost a bit daring for an OPI. It somewhat corresponds to I Don't Give a Rotterdam!, but this color is even better.
Pedal Faster Suzi!, three coats. A cool, light pink with heavy silver shimmer - though the sun makes it look warmer here than it actually is. This is a pink I can get behind. Most of you know by now that I'm not really into the pink spectrum, but there is actually quite a big chance I'll wear this one. It's rather sheer though, so you'll need all three coats, and you may still detect some visible nail line. I just wish OPI would have made this one to correspond with I Don't Give a Rotterdam! and I Have a Herring Problem as well, thrown in some of those black bits. That would have rendered a really interesting and more unusual shade of pink.
Thanks a WindMillion, two coats. I wish I had done three, but most of you will be content with the two. Pretty straight forward medium, dusty green creme. It's not bad, it's just not that exciting. And you're reading a greens enthusiast here. I feel like this shade is a year or two too late, and would have fitted better in the Pirates of the Caribbean collection from last summer. I'll probably slap it on at some point, but it's not very high on my can't-wait-to-wear list.
All these were good to work with, though the shimmers are on the sheer side. Pedal Faster Suzi! had an undesirably long drying time, apart from that all three are of standard OPI formula.
I read somewhere that these will be out in stores on February 8th in the US, so if I hurry up a bit, you just may get to see the rest before that. Let's hope for some sun!
Swedish word of the day:
väderkvarn -noun windmill
Perhaps the English word for it is prettier.