The OPI Muse of Milan Collection (+ swatches)

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The new launch from OPI Nails, the Muse of Milan Collection celebrates the culture, resiliency and spirit of the colourful city of Milan.

The colour palette is a really interesting one and features 12 shades in 3 different formulas. The shades include vintage-inspired hues of taupe, burnt orange, terracota and dark teal mixed with modern takes on blues and lilacs. A reflection of cultural, culinary and fashion wonders of Milan.

OPI are renowned for their fabulous nail products and are world leaders in the professional nail industry. The polish formulas are renowned for being some of the best and are ‘affordable luxury’. I think any nail addict would have a few of these polishes in their collection ; I know I definitely have!

They are a great blend  of shades for Autumn-Winter fashion and I personally am loving ‘Complimentary Wine’, ‘My Italian is a little Rusty’, ‘Drama at La Scala’ and ‘Galleria Vittorio Violet’. 

I must admit when they first landed on my doorstep I was a little bit like…..*hmm these are ok*…but after trying them on…they are actually so much more interesting than I first assumed. I really think this is a beautiful collection and I like the fact the palette is not too obvious or trend-driven. I would actually wear every single one of these shades!

Fall-ing For Milan – Bronzed nude

Complimentary Wine – Deep berry

My Italian is a little Rusty – Rich chestnut

Have your Panettone and eat it – Burnt Orange

Suzi talks with her hands – Steely grey

This color hits all the high notes – Pearly blue

OPI nails the runway – Granite grey

Leonardo’s model colour – Dimensional purple

Galleria Vittoria Violet – Violet amethyst

Addio Bad Nails – Smoky lavender

Drama at La Scala – Teal

Duomo Days Isola Nights – Sapphire blue

Which are your favourite shades? Are you a fan of the OPI polishes? You can shop the collection here and they cost £15.50.