OPI San Francisco Minis

My local TJ Maxx is really and truly the best. They always have a good assortment of anything and everything you could possibly want, including nail polish. My downfall, many times, has been standing in line at TJ Maxx and perusing the nail polish situation in the checkout aisle.

This set – while kind of an impulse, on my way to the checkout, purchase – has ended up being quite nice to have on hand. (Ha!)

OPI minis setTop photo shows all five colors without flash; bottom photo is with flash. And as I always have to point out, neither picture does these colors justice (is it me, or is photographing nail polish the hardest thing ever? I can never get it to look true to life.) I had been wanting to try the San Francisco collection since it came out, and here was my chance. These are really beautiful colors – very fall but useful year-round as well – and I actually like having the smaller bottles. They’re adorable, I get to try a whole range, and I don’t feel wasteful.

In addition to the five colors, the set also came with five other minis – three types of Nail Envy (regular, matte, and pink), a top coat, and a cuticle oil. I had really been wanting to try the Nail Envy line as well and have to say that I absolutely love all three of these. They really do seem to make a big difference in how my nails look, feel, and grow – I’ve been using these as a base coat for my twice-weekly manis – and my nails have been looking great.

Have you tried the OPI San Francisco collection? What’s your favorite shade? Stay tuned for a MOTW next week featuring my fave, Alcatraz Rocks.

Salut,
bijou

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