OPI NAIL LACQUER - Le Collection De France Review

OPI NAIL LACQUER - Le Collection De France
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This collection has some interesting neutrals and deep colors. As I am drawn to reds (rather than grays, lilacs, oranges, browns, etc), I immediately headed for BASTILLE MY HEART. I've got it on my toes this second.
It's a very deep cool red color--deep dark claret, some call it. If you're familiar with the popular, classic Bogota Blackberry OPI shade, it's like that one, but without the shimmer/glimmer aspect. This is a creme formula--no shiny flecks or frost. Very nice. An elegant deep color that traditionalists can wear and that is faboo for fall.
If you're a purple enthusiast, Louvre Me, Louvre Me Not is a deep, bright, intense purple that should please you.
Crepes Suzi-ette is a more "mommie" color--wearable by regular folks not looking to stun with Goth or non-traditional shades. It's a warm reddish caramel color that would look lovely on women with fair to medium tones and some darker tones (though not all). A ladylike color with some flair.
I've heard raves about the very dark "Eiffel For This Color" and Goth Gals I know are nuts for "We'll Always Have Paris." If superdark-dense colors do it for you, you should check those out.
If you're quite fair of skin tone, you should look into Baguette Me Not, which is a very, very, very pretty salmon color. I'm too dark to carry it off, but I love how it looks on fairer gals. Elegant and serene.
Fairer gals should also take a seriously look at the "grey-tone" neutrals. While I'd look like a corpse in them, I've seen fair women looking insanely elegant in some of the France collection gray-neutrals-nudes.

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