OPI Deutsche You Want Me Baby is the red-orange from the upcoming Germany Collection!
Orange is a colour that years ago, I thought looked horrid on me. As a result, I didn’t dive into the nail-polish possibilities much.
Well, up went the curtains! Since maybe last year or so, I finally opened up to orange, and I like it a lot more than I thought.
Off the top, sides, and bottom of my head, I can’t think of another red-orange polish in my stash of 500+ bottles that’s quite like this.
Deutsche You Want Me Baby is yet another glowy polish from the OPI Germany Collection, and it’s very, very sexy. *Rawr*
It looks even better in person than it does in my photos. In fact, a guy told me (out of the blue) that I should become a hand model when I was wearing this polish! Haha, I thought he was kidding, but he was being serious! (I could feel my cheeks were getting hot because that was definitely a first. My fingers are long and very skinny, so I’ve never thought they look nice. It made me feel so good hearing that…haha, but despite his compliments several times during the night about this, I can’t picture myself pursuing a career as a hand model. It makes me laugh! )
OPI Deutsche You Want Me Baby Pictures
OPI Deutsche You Want Me Baby Swatches
All swatches have:
Natural Light Photos
√ Shimmering red-orange
- Name: OPI Deutsche You Want Me Baby
- Collection: OPI Germany Collection 2012
- Press Release: Click here to see the OPI Germany Collection press release
- Colours Available in the OPI Germany Collection: Deutsche You Want Me Baby, Berlin There Done That, German-icure by OPI, Unfor-Greta-bly Blue, Don’t Pretzel My Buttons, My Very First Knockwurst, Don’t Talk Bach to Me, Nein! Nein! Nein! OK Fine!, Every Month is Oktoberfest, Suzi & the 7 Düsseldorfs, Danke-Shiny Red & Schnapps Out of It!
- Amount: 15 mL (0.5 fl. oz.)
- What I Paid: Nothing! (This was provided by PR.)
- Where to Buy: Trade Secrets & select spas, salons & beauty-supply stores (Available in August, but you may be able to find them sooner at smaller stores.)
OPI Deutsche You Want Me Baby Review
Okay, I’ll admit that seeing this reddish orange in the bottle would normally make me walk right by it. However, this is a colour that I think looks incredible on your nails!
It’s not a classic red, but it’s not Jack-O-Lantern orange, either. It bridges the gap between the two hues, which maybe is why I’ve warmed up to it.
If you tend to shy away from Hallowe’en oranges and prefer autumnal shades, I recommend you give this one a shot.
Excuse me, but how gorgeous is the finish on this one? Sure, the super-shimmery finish makes the brushstrokes visible, but it’s not as terrible as some metallic finishes. Plus, you always have to take into account that my photos blow up every detail of the polish. (My nails aren’t actually as big as your screen. )
Trust me – this polish absolutely looks glowy and like it has a fire burning inside it! It’s sooooo sexy, and it’s not a harsh colour to wear. Actually, I think this is one of the easiest oranges I’ve ever worn.
There’s something really special about this polish because after you’ve applied it, it makes your nails look like they’re fake nails (in a good way). Seriously…my photos don’t do this polish any justice!
Application & Formula
I really liked the formula. Yes, it’s on the watery side, but the pigmentation is terrific! And despite the thin, watery formula, you can get it to go exactly where you want it to. It’s not goopy, and it does self-level a bit. I felt like the excellent formula actually made it easier for me to paint my nails and get better results!
So…to answer the polish’s question, “YES! I WANT YOU, BABY!”
Final Verdict: 9/10
This may very well be the highest score I’ve ever given an orange (or red-orange)! I was surprised how much I loved it. Hehe, it’s always great to find a new colour to explore…but then it can be really dangerous, too.
Do you prefer to wear reds, oranges, or red-oranges? Will you be tracking this one down when the OPI Germany Collection drops in August?