OPI Nail Lacquer - Getting Nadi On My Honeymoon 0.5 oz - #NLF82
Not just for blushing brides, this pretty hibiscus pink has everyone feeling the heat.
Hungary is a cool, coppery orange I think it is really, really unique, but, sadly, anything with orange-tones looks weird on my fair skin. It's a cool color though, and I love it for fall.
see CountessDementia's review for the most perfect description of the color ever! it's so multi-layered and interesting! definitely a fall color, but versatile enough to wear any time of year! this is similar to "Live From NY...It's OPI!" with less pink and a slightly darker tint to it. it's great at 2 coats and perfect at 3! the application is nice and even, the wear is outstanding. i'm so sad that this is discontinued it's a fantastically rich color :)
Well, hello pumpkin orange! Yuck, this colors has to be one of the worst OPI ever came up with. :/
Eh, to me this is just pumpkin orange. Bright shimmery pumpkin orange. I actually think it's more of a summery color than a fall color, it would be a cute tangerine pedicure when it's hot out. Oh well, I'm not in love with this. If you like orange, give this a try though. Hungary for my Honey is from OPI's 2002 fall/winter European collection.
Oooh, love this colour! Hungary for my Honey is from OPI's European collection, long discontinued but easily enough found on Ebay and online beauty websites. Most of the other reviewers have described this shade really well. DanielleWilliams's description of Hungary for my Honey as a warm golden pumpkin frost is very apt and I will extend her description to include complex, shimmery metallic burnished amber-copper with peach-orange dimensions. This colour would be perfect for fall and it reminds me very much of red-gold falling autumn leaves. For reference, I have warm-toned medium-to-dark tanned skin and find Hungary for my Honey to be one of the BEST burnished/amber shades I've tried. It's a shame OPI discontinued this colour (oh well, no surprise really since they seem to do it with their best releases) so I suppose I should buy a back-up bottle or two right away. The quality is fantastic, as with most other OPIs I've tried. One coat gives smooth but sheer colour so two is best is you're looking for more coverage. Two coats gives you about 95% of the colour in the bottle so go ahead and do three for an exact finish. Overall, I'm delighted with this colour and can see it becoming a staple of my OPI collection.