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OPI: Summer 2015 Infinite Shine Swatches & Review

Posted on Sep 22, 2015

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Happy Tuesday!  Today, I have OPI’s Infinite Shades for Summer.  Another OPI Collection that I’m sharing with you late but better late than never!  Let’s get right down to brass tacks.

“Lavendurable” is a super pale lavender crelly.  The crelly formulation really aids in application.  It’s so nice and smooth in 2 coats.

OPI Lavendurable | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“Patience Pays Off” is a super pale pink creme.  Not the greatest formula but not the worst either.  It was slightly streaky in 2 coats but 3 coats evened it out nicely.

OPI Patience Pays Off | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“You’re Blushing Again” is a slightly pinky-toned nude.  Not quite a blush shade but beautiful in it’s own right.  2 coats.

OPI You're Blushing Again | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“Follow Your Bliss” is a sweet light pink creme.  Pretty good formula!  I was surprised.  I did 2 coats and it is perfect.

OPI Follow Your Bliss | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“Bee Mine Forever” is a pale yellow crelly.  Excellent formula, especially for a yellow!  I think the crelly formulation helps with that, as it usually does.  This might be one of my favorite yellow polishes now!  I used a light hand and 2 coats here.

OPI Bee Mine Forever | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“S-ageless Beauty” is less of a sage and more of a pale pistachio crelly.  Great formula here again because of it being a crelly.  I wish all shades could apply this well.  I did 2 coats.

OPI S-ageless Beauty | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“Wild Blue Yonder” is a pigmented cerulean blue creme.  This is like one of my favorite OPI blues ever, “Ogre The Top Blue” except in the Infinite Shine line.  Whoop!  Gorgeous and creamy.  2 coats.

OPI Wild Blue Yonder | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“Enter The Golden Era” is a shimmering frosted gold.  Brushstrokey like frosts are.  OPI keeps turning out these gold frosts, so people must be buying them?  No offense to anyone who does like them, but I don’t and I wish OPI would quit already!  Can you tell how much I dislike this?  Haha.  2 coats.

OPI Enter The Golden Era | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“Silver On Ice” is a frosty silver chrome.  I want to like it but the frost finish keeps me from liking it.  Plus, brushstroke city man.  It’s pretty dang tricky albeit opaque.  2 coats here but it’s a one-coater.

OPI Silver On Ice | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“To Be Continued…” is a powder blue crelly.  Gorgeous color.  Right on the border of being a periwinkle.  I just love it.  2 coats.

OPI To Be Continued... | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“The Sun Never Sets” is a bright but somehow muted orange creme.  Like the color of an orange Creamsicle!  Pretty!  Perfect orange shade.  2 coats.

OPI The Sun Never Sets | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

“Purpletual Emotion” is a creamy grape creme.  This is stunning and the shade of purple is awe-worthy.  I did 2 coats.

OPI Purpletual Emotion | Spring 2015 Infinite Shine Collection | Peachy Polish

I adore these colors except for the 2 frosty messes of course.  I am really enjoying the majority of OPI’s Infinite Shine line.  They wear better and longer than regular lacquers and the colors and formulations have been great for the most part!  If you are curious about how well these polishes last for a manicure, you can see the wear test I did over here.

OPI polishes can be purchased at professional salons including Beauty Brands, Beauty First, Chatters, Dillard’s, JCPenney Salons, Pure Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, Ulta.com and Ulta as well as a lot of other retailers and online. Don’t forget to follow OPI on Facebook for all the OPI news!

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  • Lavendurable is such a cute shade!

  • There are some gorgeous shades here! The mint, yellow, and orange are my faves :)

  • Follow Your Bliss is such a happy looking shade, I love it :).

  • YASSSSSS to ALL of those cremes! Especially the first three nudes. So much want!

  • la paillette frondeuse

    so many beautiful and sweet shades ! I understand your feelings with the frost finish, i hate brush strokes too ;)

  • These are very pretty! I’m especially loving the soft shades and that orange…it’s a perfect orange!

  • Cat

    Hi Valesha, the frosty ones are my favorites! They’re not so brush-strokey if you sponge on the final coat, but I don’t even bother with that. Their visual texture is part of their charm, just like every other non-cream polish has its own unique features (duochrome, texture, magnetic designs, holo, etc.).

  • Sharon Parayos Merritt

    What a beautiful collection! I even like the frosts on you, though I wouldn’t get them.

  • Rosalia Pano

    Feel totally the same about OPI and their gold & frosty colors.. dislike them completely. the crellys in this collection are totally awesome!! Lavendurable, You are blushing again, follow your bliss and to be continued.. those are definetely my favorite ones!! have a nice day :)

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