Health & Beauty

Top In-Salon OPI Shades Of All Time

November 13, 2023

Nail trends are always changing, but there are some classic OPI shades that always seem to stay in style. Here are the top in-salon OPI shades of all time. —Maddie Clerides

Starting off strong, Bubble Bath has never gone out of style (and never will). The chiffon pink is fuss-free and universally flattering, making it a truly iconic nail polish. Bubble Bath is the perfect neutral veil for your nails.

Love is in the Bare is slightly lighter and more sheer than its pinker sister Bubble Bath. If you want your nails to look clean and manicured but still quite minimal, then this is the colour for you.

Funny Bunny is a sheer white polish, making it super neutral without committing to being a true and bright white. This shade matches everything and builds in intensity with 2-3 coats.

For those who love a classic red nail, Big Apple Red is iconic and bright. The red shade can easily take you through all seasons but is especially fun in warmer months.

I’m Not Really a Waitress is a stunning chianti colour and is ideal for fall and wintertime. The name of this polish helped skyrocket OPI to fame, making it integral to their brand. This sexy, vampy red will bring out your alter ego.

Alpine Snow is a true white that complements a tan perfectly, but also has a cool tone if you want to keep your nails icy in the winter. Alpine Snow has a very subtle sheen that gives nails just a little bit of shimmer.

OPI polish names are always fun, but Barefoot in Barcelona perfectly captures this stunning nude colour. This shade is neutral with the slightest hint of rose and transports you to sipping a latte in a Spanish plaça.

Malaga Wine stays true to its name as a deep red polish with just a hint of purple. There is no shimmer to this colour and is a perfect transitional colour into the darker months without committing to something too vampy. Expect lots of compliments if you choose this shade in fall!

Lincoln Park After Dark is a certified cult classic OPI shade. This iconic colour looks black, until you get close enough to tell it’s a very deep aubergine. This shade pairs perfectly with hitting the town in a leather jacket.


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