Manicure Monday: The Number One Nail Polish You Need For Fall 2014

Not ready for summer to be over yet? Me either.

Luckily there’s a nail polish that can cure your blues and bring you one of the prettiest polishes you’ll ever see. OPI Do You Have This Color In Stock-Holm? from the Fall 2014 Nordic Collection is the only nail polish you need this season. It is absolutely stunning and borders between a neon bright and a classic creme.

OPI Do You Have This Color In Stock-Holm?

OPI Do You Have This Color In Stock-Holm?

Do You Have This Color In Stock-Holm? is a gorgeous blue-based purple and it is seriously bright. I’m honestly not a fan of purple in general but as soon as I saw this colour I knew I needed it in my life. It’s hard to describe because it’s both a bright shade of purple and deep shade of purple. Totally unique combination and I don’t have anything else like it in my stash of 500 nail polishes (no I’m not joking) so that means it’s quite special.

Another great thing about this shade is that it was a breeze to apply. It took two coats and applied smoothly.  It was pretty shiny on it’s own so I skipped the top coat.

Even though I’m not a purple fan in general I could not stop staring at this while I was wearing it. It’s quickly made it’s way into my top 20 list and that’s also very hard to do with over 500 bottles of competition. Whether you like purple or not I definitely recommenced checking this one out as soon as you can.


  1. Hello lady! I haven’t got this hue, but I’m in love with the OPI nail polishes: I’m currently wearing one of their ladylike pinks at the moment. I still need to get into the fall mood, but I’ll certainly keep an eye on this suggestion. Wishing you a fab day

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