This first manicure started with a base of The Spy Who Loved Me. I wore that color for my Halloween costume (I was a shark) and then added the fringe to the tips the next day using Casino Royale. I later realized that this looked a lot like Nailed It's Bleeding Blue gradient. Perhaps I channeled her unintentionally!
I was really impressed with The Spy Who Loved Me in particular, and I don't even usually like reds. This one is bright and beautiful, with a great shimmer that was hard to capture accurately. Casino Royale is a nice color too, though I much prefer it in direct sunlight or lamplight. It gets pretty dark when in shade.
Next we have a manicure of Die Another Day with an accent of Goldeneye. These two are probably some of my favorite colors from this collection. Die Another Day, a tomato soup orange-tinged red, is particularly stunning in direct light, appearing to glow from within like it would be hot to the touch.
Goldeneye is also lovely, with large gold fleck particles that sparkle in the sun.
On Her Majesty's Secret Service is a shade unique to my collection. It's a bit greener than my photos were able to capture, and has glints of gold accenting it.
My final manicure in this post is my favorite! I started with a base of two coats of OPI Don't Touch My Tutu, which is not actually from the Skyfall Collection but still a pretty and delicate shade. Then I added one coat of the Skyfall glitter, The Living Daylights. I took a photo at this point so you could see the glitter in its natural state.
Then, I made a jelly sandwich by adding one more coat of DTMTT. It completely changed the look of The Living Daylights and I absolutely love the way it came out. The colors of the glitter kind of remind me of a mallard!
The OPI Skyfall Collection is available now in professional Salons, including Beauty Brands, Beauty First, Chatters, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Pure Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, and ULTA, for $8.50 ($9.95 CAN) suggested retail for each Nail Lacquer.
Products provided for review.