Swatches: OPI Nice Stems! Collection

OPI Nice Stems! Collection

Here are swatches of the 4 colors from OPI’s Nice Stems! collection.

You can buy these polishes at Dillard’s, JCPenney, Pure Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, and ULTA.

Company’s Description

Stop and see the flowers with summer’s Nice Stems! by OPI, a limited edition collection featuring four new nail lacquers in stunning shades of pink. With whimsical names based on their floral inspirations, these vibrant, flirty colors range from pale, frosty pink to rich fuchsia. Nice Stems! offers fingers and toes a perfectly pink shade for all of summer’s looks.

“These vibrant, feminine hues complement 60’s ladylike fashions, 70’s glam looks, and bold color-blocking, which are the season’s staples,” says Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive VP & Artistic Director. “The Nice Stems! collection also offers an interesting contrast and feminine accent to the punk and biker looks on the runways.”

Play the Peonies

Come to Poppy

Be a Dahlia Won’t You?

I Lily Love You

I Lily Love You Over Play the Peonies

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6 Responses to Swatches: OPI Nice Stems! Collection

  1. Hofken says:

    OPI nail polishes are always my go-to colors. What I spend on one bottle of Chanel polish, I could buy several OPI bottles. These colors would be fun to try with the alternating color on the ring finger. I’d paint my nails with Come to Poppy and then overlay my ring fingers with I Lily Love You.

  2. Lisa B. says:

    soesje200 is right, they look kinda like minis to me…or maybe you just have very small, slender fingers? 🙂

  3. Hannah H. says:

    Play the Peonies is so pretty, but im afraid itll look too bright on me cause im very pale.
    on you though it looks perfect

  4. soesje200 says:

    Oh these are wonderful, I hope there is a mini set of these as well! Or are you holding the minis… it seems so.

  5. Lisa B. says:

    I like the Lily I Love you combo you did–do you think you could do another combo with a different base color? Be a Dahlia looks like it has a sort of glass fleck look; does it? I think my favorite is the Poppy one though…would you call it coral? Or Peach/Pink? Whatever it is, it looks really unique and pretty! I guess the shimmer is blue-toned pink; with a red-coral base?

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