OPI Be There in a Prosecco

OPI Be There in a Prosecco The Daily VarnishI’m really good friends with prosecco. We’ve spent many nights and weekends together. Bubblyfest is one of my favorite Charlotte events. And I even made a presecco cocktail for my Mother’s Day brunch this year.

So when I was looking at the offerings from the Fall 2015 OPI Venice collection and I saw a polish called ‘Be There in a Prosecco’ I had to have it.

Be There is a Prosecco is a pale beige creme that has a tinge of yellow. The formula is incredibly opaque; I used just two coats in my swatches.

I actually like this color. It’s not white, it’s not nude but it’s still understated and conservative. That being said it isn’t the most flattering with my skintone as the color is a bit on the warm side. But I think it went ok with my jack-o-lantern wrist band (seriously it’s August).

At first I thought this might be a dupe or at least close to Nails Inc Bamboo White but Bamboo White is significantly pinker. OPI Do You Take Lei Away? is much more brown and my go to nude essie Topless & Barefoot is similar in color but is cool toned.

While I’m excited about the OPI Venice collection becuase I have a life long love affair with Italy ironically the two polishes I picked first look like they belong in a spring collection; Back in a Prosecco included. Good news is I can rock these polishes now even though it’s still summer!

The OPI Venice collection is available at Ulta. You can also find Back in a Prosecco on Amazon.

As always, there are swatches under the jump!


OPI Be There in a Prosecco OPI Be There in a Prosecco swatch OPI Be There in a Prosecco bottle


  1. oooh gorgeous on you! I am wondering how close it is to the You’re so Vain-illa from the coca-cola collection? I love these types of creamy nude shades, and OPI does them so well..

  2. Thanks for the comparisons as I thought that this was going to be a dupe for Do You Take Lei Away?. Now I can see that I need this one too. I love the neutrals and they go with everything and work great as bases for nail art.

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