OPI Hawaii - Go with the Lava Flow

OPI – Go with the Lava Flow

OPI Hawaii - Go with the Lava FlowI have this really weird interest in natural disasters – tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes… I know it’s strange, but if it makes you feel any better, it’s been a lifelong interest. So, I think it’s pretty obvious why I was drawn to Go with the Lava Flow. Because… lava.

OPI describes Go with the Lava Flow as a golden red but I’d describe it as a shimmery coral. It’s much more vibrant on the nail than in the bottle – I actually passed on it twice at Ulta because it just looked boring and dated. The shimmer is really fantastic – especially in the sun. It creates a juicy sparkle that I’m absolutely loving. I had no trouble with application – just two coats et voila! While it isn’t overly unique, I don’t think I have a match for it – if you’re on the fence, I don’t think you’ll regret adding this to your collection. It’s going to get a LOT of wear time this summer.

While, I love this polish AND I love the name – I’m not sure if it’s a match made in heaven. Go with the Lava Flow looks more like a beautiful Hawaiian flower than something that came from a volcano. I think Go with the Lava Flow would have been a better name for Aloha from OPI. I’m just nitpicking here, the polish is great.

The Hawaii collection is currently available at Ulta. You can also pick up Aloha from OPI on Amazon or if you just want a taste of paradise, pick up the mini set (which is quite a deal from Amazon) – it doesn’t include Go with the Lava Flow, but it does include my favorite polish from the collection: That’s Hula-rious!

Since I shared my weird fascination with the more destructive side of nature, do you have any weird or quirky interests?

You know the drill. Swatches below.

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OPI - Go with the Lava Flow

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OPI - Go with the Lava Flow (sunlight)

 

One thought on “OPI – Go with the Lava Flow

  1. Christine Chipman April 13, 2015 at 2:43 am

    Gorgeous. I’ll have to see if they’ve got it at my local OPI supplier in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. I think they may have because one of the Australian bloggers said it was, but here in Tasmania we don’t always get the complete collection because they keep a limited selection of OPI.

What do you think?