Pearl-fect colour: OPI Neo-Pearl Nail Lacquer collection

It’s been such a long time since I wrote a blog post about nail polishes.

Out of all beauty products, I get nail polishes the least. With that being said, I have SO many polishes that I never have trouble picking out a new colour to paint on my nails. In fact, since the beginning of this year, I actually have been wearing gel polishes since I’m trying to grow my nails out and I find this is the best way to do it. I have pretty thin nails that break or peel easily, so using a gel or shellac polish is the best way for me to help them grow.

OPI Neo-Pearl Nail lacquers

Since I haven’t been able to actually go for a gel mani (I’m finally¬†going later this week!), I have been using some at-home kits, but these new polishes from OPI actually came in at the best time since I actually have time right now to give them a try.

The Neo-Pearl collection consists of six shades in the regular lacquer and six colours in the Infinite Shine collection as well. The shades in each collection are different, however, OPI was so nice and sent me the regular polishes to try out.

Each of the 12 shades (six per formula) in the collection are a pearlescent finish in pastel colours. The shades range from pinks, purples, blues, and nudes, making this the perfect spring line to rock on your nails.  Depending on the polish, some are more metallic than others and I find a lot of them to be really romantic colours that are soft on the nails and neutral enough to really rock with any outfit or occasion.

OPI Neo-Pearl collection swatches

For most of the shades I used two coats to get an opaque finish, however, for the lighter colours, I did use three coats to really make it solid.

I don’t usually gravitate towards metallics or pearls, but I really love the pinks and nudes in this collection and if you are looking for softer colours, I would definitely look into picking up a few of these polishes.

Have you picked up any shades from OPI’s new Neo-Pearl Collection?

Please note, products provided by PR. All opinions are my own.

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