This fall collection has some really gorgeous shades, although I will admit that for an avid nail polish collector the shades aren't the most unique. I picked up six shades, my favourites being:
- Haven't the Foggiest- a metallic silver foil which I love because OPI has a great foil formula and there are no streaks. It's gorgeous and makes a great accent colour with cool shades. Gorgeous with a dusty-lilac.
- Keeping Suzi at Bay- a bright, yet medium toned cobalt. It's not super unique looking, but I love blue shades and I don't have any exact dupes.
- Alcatraz Rocks- a liquid sand shade that has a purple-blue base packed with gold, green, silver and blue glitter. It's gorgeous worn as is (matte) or with topcoat. Top coat makes the shimmer really sparkle.
The San Francisco Collection not only comes with a twelve different new polishes with colors that range from blue, red, brown and grays.but three of the twelve are liquid sand. Another great thing about this collection is three out of the twelve polishes are liquid sand. I absolutely love their liquid sand polish, they give your nails a bit of a pop and different look. Plus I love that you don't have to add a top coat in order for the liquid sand polish to look good, it looks great without it!
I had the opportunity to have a few from this collection sent to me. The colors I got were A-Piers To Be Tan, In The Cable Car-Pool Lane and Wharf! Wharf! Wharf! which was one of their liquid sand colors. The liquid sand polish was very easy to apply and I didn't even notice the texture while I applied it to my nail until a couple seconds later as my nail was drying.
Out of the three I was sent, my favorite had to be Wharf! Wharf! Wharf! I loved how my nails looked after they were dry and I loved how the texture felt when touching my nails. The liquid sand polish made my nails stand out, but wasn't too distracting. You definitely can see the difference in textures and it looks beautiful!
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