Availability: beginning October 2012 through salons, retailers, and some etailers
Description: 12 nail colors
Cost/Amount: USD$8.99 for 14 ml / .5 fl oz each
Would you purchase again: yes
This collection was released as OPI’s 2012 winter holiday collection, because the timing worked to have this released during the Skyfall movie hoopla *and* be that year’s holiday release. I was originally interested in Goldeneye, The World Is Not Enough, and Live and Let Die. The others looked like some colors that I might like, and several reds (which is one way that OPI seems to break down some of their collections; six or seven colors that are all over the map and appeal to nail artists and folks who change their manicures every other day; and then several varieties of red, to appeal to the folks who aren’t comfortable (or aren’t able) to wear green, blue, or purple polish.
This collection contained:
Casino Royale — deep magenta-red creme
Die Another Day — metallic red-orange shimmer
Goldeneye — warm beaten-gold foil speckle
Live and Let Die — blue-spruce evergreen with gold microglitter
Moonraker — metallic blue-grey frost
On Her Majesty's Secret Service — blue-and-gold microglitter sparkle
Skyfall — medium-deep brick red creme
The Living Daylights — multicolored hexagonal glitter
The Spy Who Loved Me — bright red glass fleck
The World Is Not Enough — silvered taupe microglitter sparkle
Tomorrow Never Dies — metallic violet-blue shimmer
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