Review & Swatch: OPI - Muse of Milan (Fall 2020)*

The weather in Toronto has definitely signalled that Fall weather is to come, the nights are cooler, mornings are crisp and it's the perfect time to transition into the Fall wardrobe - bring out the leggings, sweaters and scarves. OPI has graciously sent me their Fall 2020 collection for review and swatching and these colors just really and truly sum up what you would expect for Fall with its variety of tones. 

There are 12 shades in total in a variety of formulations, cream, metallic, glitter and I am LIVING for them all. This time I was sent two variations to try, their Infinite Shine (in silver cap bottles) and their Classic Lacquer (black cap bottles). Keep scrolling to see all these swatched as well as a brief description of the colors/shades, it is also important to note that I used two coats for each swatch.

Have Your Panettone and Eat It Too - pumpkin orange cream 
Fall-ing for Milan - bronze nude polish with copper gold-hued shimmer
This Color Hits All The High Notes - light blue polish with pearlescent hues
My Italian Is A Little Rusty - chestnut earth tones

Galleria Vittorio Violet - pearl-like amethyst purple
Addio Bad Nails, Ciao Great Nails - pale lavender with darker purple shimmer
Suzi Talks With Her Hands - slate grey cream polish
Duomo Days, Isola Nights - cream based, denim blue

OPI Nails the Runway - granite grey shimmer with copper and blue toned shimmer reflect
Drama At La Scala - cream based dark teal
Complimentary Wine - rich burgundy - almost jelly like in formulation
Leonardo's Model Color - multi-dimensional purple glitter

Of all the polishes swatched, I have so many favorites - I think I love them all to be honest but if I was really forced to choose, they'd be:
- Have Your Panettone and Eat It Too
- Fall-ing for Milan
- Galleria Vittorio Violet
- Addio Bad Nails, Ciao Great Nails
- Suzi Talks With Her Hands 
- OPI Nails the Runway 
- Leonardo's Model Color

What are some of the shades you're loving? 

Until next time, XO - M.

*products were sent to me for consideration, all opinions are my own.

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