It seems like the summer is flying bye in a blink hard to believe we’re already in August. Here we are at the end of summer, and the Fall collections of all sorts are rolling into stores and one that is showing to be crowd pleaser is the OPI Peru Collection Fall 2018. The hues have you transported to the gorgeous colors of Peru- beautiful neutral tones, rich brick-fired reds, taffy-colored pinks, teal, and poppy-colored purples. A super flexible collection, the Peru Collection 2018 are flattering on a wide variety of skin tones and can be paired superbly for mani-pedi combos, read on to learn the shades that will have your nails and toes turning heads!
Who doesn’t love neutrals? Machu Peach-u, and Somewhere Over the Rainbow Mountains are two super soft, elegant, and classic hues ideal for a variety of skin tones, age, or gender! On your hands this works for a wedding or to work and can be paired with just about any color for your toes. These dreamy creamy colors are sexy, a safe choice, and are perfect for a smart-casual style.
Looking for a great Fall-colored red? The key to finding the “right” red is really knowing if you look better in blue-reds or yellow-base reds, the Peru color story has both. Tan easily and look great in gold jewelry? Consider My Solar Clock is Ticking, I Love You Just Be-Cusco, or Como se Llama, all are warm reds which have rich yellow- based tones which flatter warm-toned skin types. Prefer a deeper shade? Yes My Condor Can-do! an elegant deep-wine red, gorgeous for either warm or cool tones, and ideal for a holiday mani or pedi.
Pretty in pink or magical in mauve? Lima Tell You About This Color, Seven Wonders of OPI, and Suzi Will Quechua Later are beautiful shades. As we approach Fall, out comes the black and gray wardrobe staples but adding a dash of these perfect pinky-mauve shades, still gives a peek of Indian Summer days we cling to before the Winter.
Overall, this collection is on point and no matter what color you choose, you can’t lose, they are all gorgeous!
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