Monday, 6 September 2010

The Monday Manicure - OPI Wing it! & Catch me in your net

The Monday Manicure is a new feature I'll be doing and the clue is in the name, every Monday I will post about a different nail varnish and show it applied to the nails. Let me know if there are any particular brands, colours or finishes that you would like to see in future weeks and I will try my best to oblige.

OPI Wing It! & Catch me in your net
To start it off I have chosen colours from OPI's Summer Flutter Collection in a desperate bid to hang on to summer a little bit longer. I had difficulty restricting myself to just 1, so I have painted my toes as well so I can show you 2 different, yet spectacular shades.


I have used Wing It! on my fingers and it is an eye catching mix of red, orange and pink shimmer with a fine sprinkling of glitter. It is quite difficult to accurately describe but it reminds me of how petrol can sometimes look when the sun hits it (not the most glamorous analogy). This shade would look fantastic with a tan, alas my hands are deathly pale even in summer, and is a must if you are still to go on holiday. It screams summer even if the UK weather disappoints. It applies like a dream, but the main drawback is that even with 3 coats, the nail line is still quite evident. If this bothers you, then it might be better to just use on the toes.


3 coats of OPI Wing It!

For my toes, I chose Catch Me In Your Net, which has a similar finish to Wing It!. Again it is a mix of colours with fine glitter, blue, turquoise and light green. It is my favourite out of the 2, mainly because I feel it is the more unique shade and it looks great on both warm and cool skin tones. It applies like a dream and I only needed 2 coats for an opaque finish (however it can be a pain to remove!).


2 coats of OPI Catch Me In Your Net applied

The perfect manicure & pedicure ingredients:

2 coats of OPI Nail Envy (base)

3 coats of Wing It! for fingers
2 coats of Catch me In Your Net for toes

1 coat of Seche Vite top coat

Leighton Denny Corrector Liquid as required

1 application of OPI Avoplex Cuticle Oil

1 pump of Decleor Nourishing Comforting Hand Cream

1 pump of Margaret Dabbs Intensive Hydrating Foot Lotion


Overall, OPI is my favourite nail brand as I find it the easiest to apply and for me, it lasts the longest. The Summer Flutter Collection doesn't disappoint and these colours are sure to catch anyone's eye. If you don't really like to be noticed, then you can still carry off these shades, just restrict them to the toes.

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