OPI Infinite Shine Soft Shades 2016 Collection - Swatches & Review

Friday, 15 April 2016


Have I mentioned how much I love pastel shades at the moment?  They are just so pretty.  I feel like we should be moving into Spring and not Autumn.  I'm all for the fresh, clean looking manis.  Anyway, earlier this week I showed you the Soft Shades Collection from OPI and today I have the Infinite Shine Soft Shades Collection.  I have never tried any of the polishes from the Infinite Shine range before so I was definitely excited to try the Soft Shades Collection.  

The Infinite Shine Soft Shades are available in six limited edition shades, plus a Primer Base Coat and Gloss Top Coat.  Now at the time of swatching these I didn't have the base and top coats so I can't actually include those in this review or test the wear-ability (they are designed to last up to ten days).  For my swatches I used  a Revlon Base Coat and Seche Vite Top Coat.


Beyond The Pale Pink is a really pale pink creme.  This is definitely one of my favorites from this collection.  The formula is easy to work with, however it does apply a little streaky on the first coat.  I used three coats for my swatch.

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Eternally Turquoise is a pale blue creme.  This one has one of the better formulas in the collection.  It's easy to use and opaque in two coats.

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Go To Grayt Lengths is a grey shimmer.  This is really pretty and easy to use.  I did find this one was slow drying.  My swatch shows two coats.

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Non-Stop White is a bright white creme.  I love white nails!  The formula is great and opaque in two coats.

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Pearl Of Wisdom is a shimmery white.  Quite pretty but it is quite sheer.  The formula is easy to work with and I did find this one to be quite slow drying.  I used three coats for my swatch.

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The Beige Of Reason is a sheer orange.  Now this is the most disappointing in the collection for me.  As you are probably aware I am not a fan of a visible nail line, and this polish would probably take five to six coats to be opaque.  The formula is easy to work.  I used two coats over Non-Stop White.

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Overall, I am a fan of the colours in this collection.  My personal favorites are Beyond The Pale Pink, Non-Stop White and Go To Grayt Lengths.

The OPI Infinite Shine Soft Shades Collection is available now from Myer, David Jones and selected salons.

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