OPI Brazil Collection swatches and review

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OPI’s Brazil collection is a vivid mix of bright cremes. I’ve got three of them to show today, as well as the liquid sand textured polishes.

Amazon…Amazoff is an intense greenish teal. It’s like a greener version of Orly Teal Unreal – richly pigmented, smooth as butter and requires 2 coats.

OPI Scores a Goal! is a dusty maroon creme. It’s a vampy colour, perfect for the cooler months ahead. 2 coats.

Toucan Do It If You Try is a bright orangey coral creme. I love corals, and this is no exception! 2 coats.

From left to right, the liquid sands are Samba-dy Loves Purple, I’m Brazil Nuts Over You, What’s a Little Rain Forest? and You’re So Flippy Floppy. These are all bright jellies with matching shimmer. The sand texture is excellent as always, and the shimmer sets it off nicely. 3 coats each.


I was very impressed with all of the polishes I’ve tried from this collection – the OPI creme formula is reknowned for being great, and they live up to that reputation in this collection. The sands are nice – no weird cremes – they’re a little sheer, but cover up nicely after 3 coats.

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5 thoughts on “OPI Brazil Collection swatches and review”

  1. These look really great. I tried on a few cremes last night from Essie and was really disappointed by the coverage. Definitely three to four-coaters.

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  2. Great post, thank you! Beautiful nails and pictures! Thank you so much for sharing! I love OPI nail polishes and so happy with their new Brazil collection! Bought 4 polishes already ) Can’t wait to wear them. Ladies, if you can’t find this collection yet, or looking for some discontinued polishes you like, click here: http://www.fashionandbeautystore.com/opi-brazil-collection.html They have the entire Brazil collection available and many more hard-to-find OPI products!

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