OPI- “OPI… Eurso Euro”


So it was that time of the week… diy mani time! I’m glad I found some time this past weekend to do my nails because my white nail polish from this post here was so chipped, it was ridiculous. Like I’ve mentioned before, I have an extreme obsession with nail polish and own over a hundred polishes LOL. It takes me literally a few minutes to decide on what color I want to use. Sometimes when I really can’t figure it out on my own, I choose a top 3 then have my husband decide which one he likes best haha. This time, I ended up going with this navy blue polish since it’s been awhile since I’ve had blue nails. If you’re looking for a deep blue color like this, I definitely recommend “OPI… Eurso Euro” by OPI. It’s one of those polishes that you can get away with just using one coat because of its opaqueness but I always like to use 2 coats to get the most of a color. Love it! Isn’t it a beauty?

P.S. Here is the post where I shared how I do my diy manis 🙂

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14 thoughts on “OPI- “OPI… Eurso Euro”

  1. Ah, this blue is amazing!! I bought a blue OPI a few years ago and for some reason I felt like it just looked like, “childish” or something, but this one is really nice. It’s brighter I think. I really am on the hunt for a good white though. Once I get some hint of a summer tan though…lol


    • Thank you!! Ah yes I know what you mean by “childish” colors! Lol. I totally love this one though! A white polish I love and swatched is “Blanc” by Essie! ❤


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