NOTD: OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook
For the past couple of months I have been obsessing over blue polish. Whether it’s a Tiffany blue, a turquoise, blue glitter, or a deep navy, I have been gravitating towards this gorgeous hue.
OPI releases their Euro Centrale collection in February 2013 and I was lucky to get to try half the collection early. I don’t think I have been this excited over an OPI collection since Nicki Minaj’s collaboration last year. The colours are a nice mix of fun spring shades, with a few winter and fall classics thrown in the mix (plus a gorgeous glitter).
The first colour I tried was Can’t Find My Czechbook, which is a beautiful blue hue, perfect for spring. The collection also features a cobalt, but this shade is perfect for a day at the pool or park. It’s gorgeous.
When I originally got it I thought it was a bit similar to OPI’s No Room for the Blues, however, when placed side by side, Can’t Find My Czechbook has more of a teal undertone to it compared to the other colour.
The polish did wear for a couple days before it started to chip. I applied OPI’s Nail Envy as my base coat and then Poshe Top Coat to finish off my manicure.
There are a lot of blues similar to this one on the market (although, they may not be exactly the same), but if you are looking for a standard pool blue, then I would pick this up. It’s not really the most original shade in the collection, but it’s gorgeous when applied.
Is OPI’s Can’t Find My Czechbook on your wish list once the collection is released?
Please note, I was supplied this product by the company that handles PR for OPI in Canada. All opinions are my own.
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