Following on from the success of the Hawaii collection for Spring / Summer, OPI have created an Autumn / Winter nail lacquer collection that captures the essence of Europe’s most romantic and ancient capital and pays homage to one of the world’s most beautiful cities.
Venice is an ancient city which is made up of a collection of approximately 115 tiny islands, for centuries artists, poets and composers have been inspired by the cities opulence, lavish artwork and breathtaking baroque architecture.
The #OPIVenice Collection features 15 shades including three which are Limited Edition, evoking the sumptuous elegance and splendor of this floating city. Whether it be relaxing in the Palazzo enjoying a full bodied coffee or a drama filled night out at the opera, these shades will take you from day to evening.
This review is based on the shades available in the Little Bambino collection, which include –
A Great Opera-Tunity – is a gorgeous peach, neutral shade that would compliment any outfit and reminds me of a cooling peachy / melon sorbet. For added drama I would combine this shade with My Gondola or Yours.
Worth a Pretty Penne – is a shimmering liquid rose gold / copper shade, perfect for any fashionista, or that added sparkle to the classic little black dress. I would also use this as a french tip to accent other shades.
My Gondola or Yours – is a true dark mysterious black espresso shade, add some drama to your nails and get heads turning. Wondering who is it behind the mask.
Amore At The Grand Canal – is a rich, passionate shade of red, whether in the arms of a lover or your true love, this ravishing red will let the romance flow.
This Little Bambino Collection can be purchased direct from the OPI UK website retailing at £14.99. You can also purchase this collection from QVCUK’s website Item 208906 which also includes a 15ml Start to Finish and Corrector Pen for £26.50 with a RRP of £39.50.
The launch of the full size lacquers from the #OPIVenice Collection will be on QVCUK on the 18th August at 11am.
What are your thoughts on these mini collections?
Do you prefer them to give you a taster of the colours before the full size releases?
Are you a collector of these sets?
Please comment below and let me know.