If you're excited about the upcoming 50 Shades of Grey movie, then you should also be excited about OPI's limited time collect inspired by the movie. The nail polish brand has blessed us with 6 spectacular shades of grey in various formulas and textures. Here are the polishes with a little blurb about each.
NL F78 Cement the Deal. And the deal is no doubt a naughty little one too. OPI is known for it's play on words that mostly end up a tad bit sexual, and with a movie that 50 Shades, of course they had to spice it up. Cement is an opaque creme formula that goes on thick, yet smooth, and as usual, has that OPI long lasting wear.
NL F77 Shine for Me is a silver glitter that has flecks of blues that catch the eye. It is most suited for going atop other polishes, but can be layered to be worn on it's own. Use it as a top coat for extra shine, or wear solo for a subtle sparkle.
NL F75 Romantically Involved is a deep red... perfect for the winter weather and any fashionable occasion. It is another creme formula that goes on thick, but doesn't clump like some other brands.
NL F76 Dark Side of the Mood is yet another creme formula that is a smoky, dark gray that can easily be mistaken for a chic black if layered correctly. It is elegant and rich. Obviously the grey most dominate of the grays in this collection.
NL F74 My Silk Tie is a shimmery silver that reflects light and gives off a great shine. It is shimmer formula, but don't expect it to be translucent, this polish goes on just as opaque as the creme. Just a couple of coats and you have yourself a solid color that lasts up to 5 chip free days.
NL F78 Embrace the Gray is a deeper gray color than the Cement the Deal, but is less black than Dark Side of the Mood. It is a mid range color that even the most conservative of ladies. It is a creme formula that goes on opaque, yet doesn't clump. Its both fashionable, and wearable.
This mani/pedi was done 7 days ago and the finger nail polish has just barely began to chip. But if you look at the toe nail polish, it just as fresh as when it was first done.