Herring and Wooden Shoes As Nail Polish Colors? Yep, OPI's Spring 2012 Hues Are Inspired By the Netherlands

OPI's spring colors are inspired by the Netherlands. The color range draws from the country's famed tulip fields to, um, smoked fish and clogs. The colors are great but the names are even better. There's "I Have a Herring Problem" (a stormy grey), "Wooden Shoe Like To Know" (a reddish hue, obvs), "Vampsterdam" (a deep grape), "A Roll in the Hague" (a bold pumpkin shade), "Peddle Faster Suzi" (it's bicycle bubblegum pink), and the barely-there green "Thanks A WindMillion." Check out the individual images below. Which ones are you setting your sights on for February?
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OPI's spring colors are inspired by the Netherlands. The color range draws from the country's famed tulip fields to, um, smoked fish and clogs. The colors are great but the names are even better. There's "I Have a Herring Problem" (a stormy grey), "Wooden Shoe Like To Know" (a reddish hue, obvs), "Vampsterdam" (a deep grape), "A Roll in the Hague" (a bold pumpkin shade), "Peddle Faster Suzi" (it's bicycle bubblegum pink), and the barely-there green "Thanks A WindMillion." Check out the individual images below. Which ones are you setting your sights on for February?
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OPI's spring colors are inspired by the Netherlands. The color range draws from the country's famed tulip fields to, um, smoked fish and clogs. The colors are great but the names are even better. There's "I Have a Herring Problem" (a stormy grey), "Wooden Shoe Like To Know" (a reddish hue, obvs), "Vampsterdam" (a deep grape), "A Roll in the Hague" (a bold pumpkin shade), "Peddle Faster Suzi" (it's bicycle bubblegum pink), and the barely-there green "Thanks A WindMillion."

Check out the individual images below. Which ones are you setting your sights on for February? **Images via OPI