OPI Pink Flamenco

OPI Pink Flamenco – is the most perfect mid-tone pink creme polish. This pink shade leans more on the purple range rather than coral or red and was released in OPI  Fall Espana Collection 2009. I personally think of it more as a summer shade than Fall but I have to say, for someone who isn’t a huge pink nail polish person – I really LOVED this shade on my skin tone. I think it definitely looks slightly darker in the bottle than on the nail and I am pretty obsessed with it. My all time favourite pink from OPI is Strawberry Margarita but this is definitely up there as well!

I love that it’s a pink but more ‘mature’ pink than “little-girl pink” and I adored pairing it with navy and white coloured clothing during the last few weeks of summer! I can definitely see this being a shade I will revisit time and time again and perhaps may be a repurchase for me – will have to do a comparison to my other pinks in order to determine that for sure.

It took two coats to achieve a opaque manicure and interestingly enough I wore this at the 4-day mark until I saw tip wear and slight chipping. I think it’s a great colour for both a manicure & pedicure and it actually brought ‘life’ to my hands if that makes any sense lol! I kinda wish I wore it more but better late than never. I know this shade is now permanent so it should be available for purchase at Ulta, Trade Secrets etc.

Application: 9.5/10 
Opaque: 2 coats
Cost: $10 Canadian
Recommend: Yes!! – must have
Grade: A+  (9.5/10)

Do you own OPI Pink Flamenco? What are your thoughts on this nail polish?
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