OPI – Warm & Fozzie

4 Nov

Happy Friday, everyone! Hope y’all have exciting plans for the weekend :) Ending off the week with a polish from OPI’s Muppet collection…

OPI’s Warm & Fozzie is a intense bronze foil polish packed with copper, gold, bronze, and maybe…taupe shimmer? It’s a very complex polish. The shimmers are suspended in gray base – this becomes especially apparent when you remove this polish (the cotton pad shows remnants of the bronze-y shimmer particles, as well as a flat gray smudge).

As with most foils, the polish looks like it would be gritty to the touch, but it’s perfectly smooth. Truly nothing beats the finish of a foil if you’re looking for something snazzy and eye-catching – glitters are beautiful, but a nightmare to remove. Foils may not be the easiest polish to remove either, but they fare much better than glitters, and have a similar glitzy effect. Love!

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3 Responses to “OPI – Warm & Fozzie”

  1. kat November 4, 2011 at 7:42 PM #

    Oh, I love that color! Perfect color for the holidays! Will definitely have to keep this one in mind for my next big nail polish splurge! :)

  2. jm December 13, 2011 at 10:32 PM #

    where in vancouver can i find this ??

    • Gigi December 13, 2011 at 11:27 PM #

      Any places that sell OPI, really, which includes a long list of salons and spas – do a quick Google to find one close to where you live. I know that London Drugs sells OPI (but at a relatively high price). The cheapest I’ve found OPI in Vancouver though is at Secret Beauty Supply at 1339 Kingsway, and at Sparky’z Kutz for Kidz at Brentwood Town Centre in Burnaby (7.99 for one, $7.50 if you buy over 2). Hope that helps!

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