Sunday, July 5, 2015

OPI Top Ten Part II

Happy Sunday to you all. Hope you had a great Fourth of July! I've spent the weekend celebrating and catching up on some much needed sleep. Today I have the second installment of my OPI Top Ten Collection post. This post has the darker of the shades: Big Apple Red, I'm Not Really a Waitress, You Don't Know Jacques!, Vampsterdam, and Lincoln Park After Dark. These are all really classic shades and I am excited to share them with you. Some have been old favorites and some are new to me.


Big Apple Red is a classic candy apple red which has been popular forever! I love reds, but I find myself not wearing them that often. This is a great addition to any collection though. It was only two coats and applied really nice and smooth.


I'm Not Really a Waitress is a darker red with a shimmer finish. It looks great with anything and I think you really couldn't call yourself an OPI fan without having this in your collection. Perfect formula and only needs two coats.


You Don't Know Jacques! is probably one of my favorite polishes of all time. That sounds like a bold statement, but it is so true. It is one of those colors that you can't quite figure out. It looks muddy in some light, but taupe with a hint of purple in some other light. I love it so much! It is so much better than an average neutral color. This is two coats and an easy formula.


Vampsterdam is a gorgeous dark shimmer polish. I think this leans more red purple than black in most light, but it is pretty close to a black. This color is perfect in the fall. It has a good formula and a little more sheer than the others at three coats.


Lincoln Park After Dark is another almost black. It has a really deep burgundy base but really looks black most of the time. It is a bit of a stretch to call it anything but black, but if you appreciate subtlety, this is a perfect polish for you. Great formula and another two coater!


All of the accent nails are OPI L.A.M.B., be sure to check out Part I of this collection to see all the lighter shades as well. I hope this was helpful, I really love this classics collection and I can see myself using all of them pretty regularly. I think my top two from both posts are You Don't Know Jacques! and Tickle My France-y. Both are tricky colors that keep me guessing! Which is your favorite? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for stopping by and reading. Hope you have a great day.


  1. these are all OPI classics, I love them too!

  2. What do you think is the best black polish creme?


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