So when this collection came out, I hesitated to buy them because I found a "similar" collection for way cheaper, which I did blog about. Yup... it's the OPI Pirates of the Caribbean Collection from 2011. Honestly, it's been hard lately to catch up with ALL the new collections that are coming out compared to back then when I'd be able to get the latest collections. It takes some time for me because most of the time I'm either at school or working. I'd have to find specific days or times that I'm available in order to make a trip specifically over there. Luckily for me, today was my day off and I just finished my driving lesson nearby.. that's right... I'm learning how to drive! It's about time for me to try to get my driver's lesson (which I did have my first road test & it didn't end well). I'm still hopefully and practicing as my next road test is 1 week from today! Hopefully I'll be able to squeeze in more practice with my dad and instructor before my test. And I hope it goes well that I can friggin' pass already! LOL. But it honestly isn't a necessity for me to drive where I live, but I wouldn't mind having it so sometimes I can drive.
ANYWAYS, so I've accumulated and hunted for some of the collection - as I do not have the entire collection. Here are my pictures of the ones I do have from this collection:
Here is Mermaid's Tears shown in 2 coats and topped with Seche Vite. It's on the dustier side of a mint green. I've been lemming for this polish for a while and when I found it, I was OVER THE MOON! It was as if I've completed a long journey of searching ^___^;;
Skull and Glossbones was actually the first and only polish I got from the collection back in 2011 and it was instantly a favorite. I loved the polish a lot because I was able to wear it at work and my co-workers always complimented me on the polish and always asked me for the name of the polish. This is shown in 2 coats and topped with Seche Vite. I actually bought a back up bottle today for this polish. After swatching it today, I feel like I've re-discovered a long lost love, HAHAHAHAHA.
And this cutie is Steady as She Rose. I can't believe I passed up on this polish 2 years ago but I'm glad that one of my co-workers got her nails done in this color. After we talked about this polish, I was on a hunt for it! I found this along with Mermaid's Tears and I helped my co-worker get a bottle for her as well. It's a muted dusty light purple/lavender creme. I used 2 coats and a coat of Seche Vite as pictured.
Last but not least, Stranger Tides. I picked this one up today because I've tried the Sinful Colors version of this and I did end up liking it (which I eventually sold a while back). I'm glad I got Stranger Tides because it is definitely a unique polish in my collection, not only for OPI but my entire collection. It's a dusty light yet murky yellow-green-gray, LOL. I know, a weird way to describe it =x
Anyways, I hope that my take on this collection either make you want them because you haven't gotten it or makes you remember these lovely polishes and make you consider pulling them out of your collection to rediscover.
Thanks for stopping by, and until next time.