Allow me to introduce you to the newest members of the OPI family: the Spring/Summer 2008 India line, a bright, playful collection of polishes that promises to be the perfect complement to breezy tunics, strappy sandals, and bold jewelry when the weather starts heating up. Corals, pinks, cherries, classy neutrals, and shimmering metallics offer a wide range of exotic options for every occasion this coming season.
The collection delivers some surefire hits worth mentioning, complete with those trademark cutesy names. No matter what side you choose in the battle of the blues, Yoga-Ta-Get This Blue! is a worthy competitor. It's a lighter, brighter blue than its winter predecessors, with a hint of purple opalescence. Moon Over Mumbai is a sheer whitish gray, and love it or hate it, gray is hot for spring. Rounding out my favorites is Black Cherry Chutney, a unique combination of ruby red and deep purple topped off with a bronze sheen.
The collection is slated to come out this Wednesday. In the meantime, check out a full description of the colors when you
Moon Over Mumbai is a soft, sheer light gray shade.
Get Me to the Taj On Time is a pale creamy pink.
Yoga-Ta Get This Blue is a sparkling, bright blue with a tinge of purple.
Royal Raja Ruby is a deep, shimmering reddish bronze.
Black Cherry Chutney is a sparkly deep purplish red.
Lunch at the Delhi is a muted, mauve-y pink.
Monsooner or Later is a bright, orange coral shade.
Charmed by a Snake is a dark golden bronze.
Im Indi-A Mood For Love is a bright magenta pink.
Curry Up Don't Be Late is a light, sheer gold.
Elephantastic Pink is a bright bubblegum pink.
Keys to My Karma is a ruby reddish pink.