Sunday, February 19, 2012

OPI Reds Comparison

Hello everyone! I have my friend Carla visiting me from Toronto because it's reading week so I've cued this post up ahead of time. Today I'll be comparing OPI Red Lights Ahead...Where? from the new Holland collection with another OPI The Thrill of Brazil and Quo by ORLY Red Hot. I am happy to say that I did not find a dupe, but that there may still be dupes for this colour out there somewhere, my reds part of my lacquer collection isn't very developed. 
In these pictures I have Red Lights Ahead...Where? On my index and ring finger, on my middle finger OPI The Thrill of Brazil, and my pinky is sporting the Quo by ORLY Red Hot. The other two reds are much too dark and much too blue to be close to the new Holland one. I didn't really realize the diversity between reds until now, but this just makes me glad that I got my hands on RLA...W? because it's definitely welcome in my collection.
Keep reading for some more photos!

All of them are so shiny, this is sans topcoat!

Have you picked up any polishes from the Holland collection? Will Red Lights Ahead...Where? be making your wishlist? I think it's a perfect spring red, not too dark and holiday-feeling, just the right amount of coral to make it fun and wearable.

Some of the products in this post were generously provided to me for review.


  1. The Holland polish looks so orange compared to the others. I haven't picked up any of the Holland polishes. None of them have really stood out to me enough.

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