OPI Infinite Shine Breakfast At Tiffany's Collection - Swatches & Review

Saturday, 26 November 2016


This week has been the week of some of the most amazing nail mail that I have ever received (and I don't mean that in a bragging way at all).  You may have seen that OPI have released their Holiday Collection - Breakfast At Tiffany's, and I was lucky enough to be sent the full 12 piece collection!  I wasn't however expecting to also receive a number of the gift packs as well as the full Infinite Shine Breakfast At Tiffany's Collection.  To say that I was overwhelmed and jumping for joy may be a slight understatement.  I use to dream that one day I would work with OPI but I never ever imagined that I would be so spoilt by them.  Thank you so much to both OPI Australia and Coty PR Australia!! Anyway, I am babbling a bit here.  I will have swatches of the OPI Breakfast At Tiffany's Collection and a look at the gift packs that are available on my blog next week.  Today I have my swatches and review of the OPI Infinite Shine Breakfast At Tiffany's Collection.

Can't Tame A Wild Thing is a bright red crelly.  This one applies like a dream.  It's so easy to use and has such even coverage.  Sadly for me, it's a little bit too sheer.  As you can see in my swatch there is a visible nail line, which I don't like.  My swatch shows three coats.

Girls Love Pearls is a white pearl.  Like with all pearl shades this one has visible brush strokes.  I also found this one bubbled a lot on me but I am not sure if that is because of the polish or because it was hot when I swatched it.  I also swatch others from this collection on the same day and had no issues so I'm not sure.  My swatch shows three coats.

I Believe In Manicures is a light blue creme.  I think this is a gorgeous colour.  The formula is great and is opaque in two coats.

I'll Have A Manhattan is a dark purple creme.  This is one of those shades that looks close to black.  It's definitely a great polish for winter.  The formula is great and is opaque in two coats.

Party At Holly's is a burnished mahogany creme.  This is definitely a great Christmas colour.  The formula is great and it applies really evenly.  My swatch shows three coats.

Ring The Buzzer Again is described as a scarlett creme.  This again is a super dark polish which is great for the colder weather.  The formula is great and is opaque in two coats.

I think this is such a good collection, particularly for those who are heading into winter.  My personal favorite from this collection is I Believe In Manicures.

The OPI Infinite Shine Breakfast At Tiffany's Collection is available now from Myer, David Jones and selected salons.


  1. Yay I'm so pleased that you're working with OPI, I really wish I could work them, it would be a dream. This collection is gorgeous & the I can't wait to see the rest of your goodies.
    Vicky xx

    1. Thanks Vicky! OPI is the brand that kicked started my polish obsession. When I started my IG account I never in the world imagined that I would have 100 followers so never really thought I would be sent anything, let alone OPI. I am so very grateful to all the brands that I work with. Hopefully you will get to work with OPI too.

    2. Ooh me too, I remember when I was sent my first OPI in a nail nail, I was so excited. I'm very lucky to receive a lot of pr samples so I'm not moaning, it would just be a dream come true to work with OPI, their polishes and collections are gorgeous xx

  2. This collection reminds me of the latest Alice collection from them. What do you think?

    1. When I first saw them the Alice Collection didn't pop into my head, but now that you have said that I can kinda see why would say that. I think the Alice Collection was a lot brighter than this one. Maybe the OPI Breakfast At Tiffany's may have a few more similarities. I'll have to pull some out to do some comparisons (or at least look at them in the bottles because I am not sure I will get a chance to do swatch comparisons)