OPI Gwen Stefani Collection

OPI Gwen Stefani collectionAfter testing out a couple of streaky messy polishes this season, it was really nice to return to OPI’s failsafe formula used, in this case, in the Gwen Stefani collection.  The set of six colours is super pigmented, bright, and a nice transition from fall/holiday to spring.

I Sing in ColorThere are two glossy super pigmented cremes (my personal favourites): Hey Baby (bright fuschia pink) and I Sing in Color (eggplant brown), both colours that you can totally imagine Gwen Stefani wearing.

Hey Baby and In True Stefani Fashion copy

There’s also a glitter shade: In True Stefani Fashion (silver glitter).

opi love angel music babyAnd two shades in a brand new satin matte formula.  A little matte, a little shiny.  Love. Angel.Music.Baby is a satin gold, and 4 in the Morning is a satin black.  Both so wearable.

The red is called Over and A-Gwen and is available in a set with Swarovski crystals and other fun shapes, along with nail glue, to make fun designs.  That set is $18.95 and a must-have.

Here’s my “Over and A-Gwen” and “4 in the Morning” mani.  The red is beautiful.  Super-pigmented, glossy, almost like a jelly but not at all sheer, so just a gorg pop of colour.  I used 4 in the Morning without a top coat (but with a base) and it lasted just as long as Over and A-Gwen.

Gwen Stefani

Check out the collection in salons.  $10.95 each.

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2 Responses to OPI Gwen Stefani Collection

  1. Dagmar says:

    Have you found that OPI takes forever to dry, or is it just me. I love their colors but I have never had any luck getting a good streak free coat because they take forever to dry. What am I don’t wrong?

  2. Henna says:

    Hey Dagmar,

    I definitely haven’t noticed that myself. Try putting on very thin coats, they will dry faster. Is your polish new or have you had it for a while? I find that can make a difference too. I have also found that OPI polish bought at discount stores does not perform better. What colours are you using?

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