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OPI Coca-Cola 2015 Two to Celebrate Set: OPI Visions of Georgia Green & OPI Centennial Celebration

 

OPI Coca-Cola 2015 Two to Celebrate Set OPI Visions of Georgia Green & OPI Centennial CelebrationI’m back form vacation and to be honest, that’s not really reason to celebrate but I’ll tell you what is… two Limited Edition OPI shades to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the Coca-Cola signature bottle. The OPI Coca-Cola 2015 Two to Celebrate Set* is a part of the OPI Coca-Cola Summer 2015 Collection, which you can see more about here (including links to re-released shades). The duo I’m sharing today includes OPI Visions of Georgia Green and OPI Centennial Celebration.

OPI Visions of Georgia Green 2 OPI Visions of Georgia GreenI was really excited about OPI Visions of Georgia Green in particular because it’s really pretty in the bottle, with antique green that has a slight gold duochrome to it.Although I definitely see the inspiration, and the shimmer is pretty, the polish itself is quite sheer and a bit uneven/streaky even with three coats.

OPI Centennial Celebration 2 OPI Centennial CelebrationI was a little surprised to see how the shade OPI Centennial Celebration, because there’s another shade in the collection, OPI My Signature is “DC” which is also a silver foil. However in this case there’s actually a gold lean to the polish which gives a slightly unusual, almost antique appearance that also fits quite well with the theme. I went with two coats which was nearly opaque, and the finish was very smooth and reflective–surprisingly few brushstrokes for a foil.

OPI Coca-Cola 2015 Two to Celebrate Set OPI Visions of Georgia Green & OPI Centennial Celebration 2I’ve shared this before but I really love all the Coca-Cola collaborations because it’s a brand that’s quite sentimental to me, so I was excited about two new shades. However, I was a bit disappointed because OPI Visions of Georgia Green is a tad too sheer and there are a few too many OPI silver foils around (including another one in this same collection) for OPI Centennial Celebration to truly win me over.

What do you think?

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