Here are my picks!
Left to Right is OPI...Eurso Euro, Can't Find My Czechbook and Polka.com
First up is OPI...Eurso Euro.
Depending on the light it changed from a dark navy to a dark cornflower blue. It had a jelly-creme consistency and two coats might just cut it if you're heavy handed, but I chose to do three.
It was richly pigmented yet left no staining which is always a bonus. My only gripe was the formula was a little thin and I had chips on day two. Usually OPI has better wear time on me.
Next up is Can't Find My Czechbook, a light to medium blue creme.
This shade was a bit of a trickster as it seemed to be aqua, then turquoise, then sky blue. Either way, I thought it was a beautiful colour. The formula on Czechbook was much better than on Eurso and was a proper creme, requiring only two coats.
Finally I have Polka.com, a splendid glitter top coat.
The above crop was three coats, so as you can see it isn't a glitter to wear on its own.
It is made up of large blue and pink hex glitters, mixed with mini purple hex glitters. Here is one coat over Czechbook.
And a zoom.
One coat over Eurso Euro. I love how the purple really came out over the darker blue.
The formula was very good, as the glitter was fairly densely packed. It also increased the wear time of Eurso Euro for another 2 days without chips!
I'll do a comparison post on Friday so you can check whether any in your stash are similar.
The OPI Euro Centrale collection will be available from the 6th of February at David Jones and selected beauty salons and spas. It will be available at Myer from the 1st of March for $19.95.
These products were sent to me for review. The opinions are all my own and are in no way influenced by the company.