OPI Lisbon Spring/Summer 2018 Review

Thursday, February 15, 2018

OPI Lisbon Spring/Summer 2018 Review

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OPI Lisbon spring summer 2018 swatches and review

Hi friends, welcome back! I've got this exciting bundle of joy to share with you today, the 12 piece OPI Lisbon Spring/Summer 2018 Collection - get excited because we've got so many beauties to go through in this collection!

This collection caters to those of you who enjoy a very classy nude all the way through to a bold pop of colour - I love it! I spy with my little eye something that made my heart patter when I swatched it. You didn't think I'd just tell ya right now did ya? You've gotta read down below silly!

The OPI Lisbon Spring/Summer 2018 Collection is available in the Nail Lacquer, Infinite Shine and GelColor.

Let's get straight on into the swatches!

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OPI Lisbon 2018 - You've Got Nata On Me

You've Got Nata On Me is a pinky/peachy creme

My swatch of You've Got Nata On Me is shown in 2 easy buttery coats paired with top coat. This is such a pretty nude, I love it!

OPI Lisbon You've Got Nata On Me swatch

OPI Lisbon You've Got Nata On Me swatch

OPI Lisbon - We Seafood and Eat It

We Seafood and Eat It is a bright lobster red.

My swatch of We Seafood and Eat It is shown in 2 easy creamy coats, paired with top coat. I'm kind of craving lobster now .. thanks OPI!

opi lisbon we seaweed and eat it swatch

opi lisbon we seaweed and eat it swatch

OPI Lisbon - No Turning Back From Pink Street

No Turning Back From Pink Street is a vivid magenta.

My swatch of No Turning Back From Pink Street is shown in 2 easy creamy coats, paired with top coat. I'm most likely going to sound repetitive in this post because all polishes are basically 2 coaters!

opi lisbon no turning back from pink street swatch

opi lisbon no turning back from pink street swatch

OPI Lisbon - Tile Art to Warm Your Heart

Tile Art to Warm Your Heart is a mosaic blue nail polish.

My swatch of Tile Art to Warm Your Heart is shown in 2 easy buttery coats, paired with top coat.

OPI Lisbon tile art to warm your heart swatch

OPI Lisbon tile art to warm your heart swatch

OPI Lisbon - Sun, Sea and Sand in My Pants

Sun, Sea and Sand in My Pants is a sunshiny yellow colour.

My swatch of Sun, Sea and Sand in My Pants is shown in 2 easy creamy coats, paired with top coat. This is the one that made my heart patter as soon as I put it on! It's so unlike me to love a yellow so much but damn, this is stunning and it's rare I find a yellow that compliments my skin tone. This polish can easily carry your through the Spring, Summer and Fall season! I feel the need to do some buttery popcorn nail art with this .. and eat some too .. oh dear. Send all the yellow polish and popcorn, k thanks!

opi lisbon sun sea and sand in my pants swatch

opi lisbon sun sea and sand in my pants swatch

OPI Lisbon - Closer Than You Might Belem

Closer Than You Might Belem is a coastal sea green.

My swatch of Closer Than You Might Belem is shown in, you guessed it, say it with me now - 2 easy creamy coats, paired with top coat. 

opi lisbon closer than you might belem swatch

opi lisbon closer than you might belem swatch

OPI Lisbon - A Red-vival City

A Red-vival City is a bright red creme

My swatch of A Red-vival City is shown in 2 easy buttery coats, paired with top coat. I feel like no OPI collection is complete without a red or two - this one is gorgeous!

opi lisbon a red-vival city swatch

opi lisbon a red-vival city swatch

OPI Lisbon - Suzi Chases Portu-gees

Suzi Chases Portu-gees is a white creme.

My swatch shows Suzi Chases Portu-gees in 2 creamy coats, paired with topcoat. This one I would suggest anywhere between 2-3 coats depending on your application. The second slightly thicker coat allowed me to reach full opacity, but again, it'll depends on application. I almost notice a very subtle pale pink undertone, making this a not so stark white - very classy!

opi lisbon suzi chases portu-gees

opi lisbon suzi chases portu-gees

OPI Lisbon - Tangus In That Selfie!

Tangus In That Selfie! is a bright pink creme.

My swatch of Tangus In That Selfie! is shown in 2 easy creamy coats, paired with top coat.

opi lisbon tangus in that selfie! swatch

opi lisbon tangus in that selfie! swatch

OPI Lisbon - Lisbon Wants Moor OPI

Lisbon Wants Moor OPI is a soft feminine pink creme.

 My swatch of Lisbon Wants Moor OPI is shown in 2 easy buttery coats, paired with top coat. Soft pinks such as this beauty are some of my favourite pinks to rock!

OPI Lisbon Lisbon Wants Moor OPI swatch

OPI Lisbon Lisbon Wants Moor OPI swatch

OPI Lisbon - Now Museum, Now You Don't

Now Museum, Now You Don't is a metallic red creme.

My swatch of Now Museum, Now You Don't is shown in 2 coats, paired with top coat. The formula on this is a bit thin and thought I was going to easily need 3 coats. I would still recommend anywhere between 2-3 depending on application. Due to the metallic nature of this polish, brush strokes are visible but once dried down, the brush strokes soften. I do recommend using a light hand and applying in thin coats to avoid brush strokes as best as possible.

OPI Lisbon Now Museum, Now You Don't swatch

OPI Lisbon Now Museum, Now You Don't swatch

OPI Lisbon - Made It To the Seventh Hill!

Made It To The Seventh Hill! is a soft golden rose metallic.

My swatch shows Made It To The Seventh Hill! applied in 2 coats, paired with top coat. The formula was similar as the above polish, being on the thinner side. I actually prefer metallics to be on the thinner side as it allows for minimal brush strokes. 

OPI Lisbon made it to the seventh hill! swatch

OPI Lisbon made it to the seventh hill! swatch

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Phew, that was a a lot to get through! I'm throughly impressed with the formulas this collection offers, as everything for the most apart applied within 2 easy creamy coats. Your probably sick of hearing me saying that by now after 12 polishes .. whoops! I love the variations of colours starting from nudes, all the way through to fun pops of colours. I can see this collection easily carrying me through the spring and summer months. Of course the reds and more neutral shades will be appropriate all year round no matter the season. 

Do you have any favourites from this collection? Let me know in the comments below!

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Thank you all for stopping by and hope to see you back in my next post <3

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