OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? Swatches & Review

OPI Where Did Suzi's Man-Go Swatches & ReviewRemember when I first showed you the OPI Brazil Collection press release? There were lots of great colours available.

Then when I saw them in person and shared with you my Quick Look post on the entire OPI Brazil Collection, I knew that there were so many colours that were real winners!

I feasted my eyes on so many incredible shades, and although I love green nail polish, I couldn’t help but drool over the oranges (especially because I don’t have too many of those in my stash).

The first one I was itching to wear first was OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? because it was the lightest orange in the bunch – really cute!

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OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? Swatches

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Claim: TRUSTED

  • Mango smoothie (Yes)

Key Notes

OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? Review

Colour

A mango smoothie is definitely one of the first thoughts that came to mind when I saw this shade, so OPI was right on the money! I also thought of an orange creamsicle because OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? has a creaminess to it, although like it’s milky.

Since I only have a few peachy shades in my collection, this is a welcomed addition, and I’m really excited to explore more variety with an orange profile. Very interesting!

It really fits into a spring/summer collection because, to me, oranges really scream warmer weather. Well, unless they’re paired with black, then I think about Hallowe’en (my favourite holiday!). Either way, orange is a very happy colour to me! (I’m surprised I don’t wear it on my  nails more often.)

Finish

The creme finish is beautiful and simple, which allows the hue to shine instead of putting the focus on the colour.

The obvious perk of this finish is that it’s as easy as a wink to remove with minimal effort. Also, with a creme finish, you can easily stamp on top and create a lot of nail-art looks without worrying that the base shade is going to compete with your design.

Application & Formula

OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? glided on smoothly. The first coat laid down a lot of pigment, but I felt that it needed the second coat to completely even out and hide any bald spots.

This formula is great – no hang-ups and issues that you have to work around. A great creme finish that I’ve come to expect from OPI.

Pros

  • Creamy orange is a fun, happy shade
  • Pigmented formula glides on easily & removes easily, too
  • Able to get complete opacity with 2 coats

Cons

  • There’s a Con? (Sorry, I can’t think of one at this moment!)

Final Verdict: 10/10

After wearing OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go?, I feel like I need to wear peaches and oranges more often because they’re such cheerful shades that I think are actually flattering. Maybe I was so stuck on greens and purples that I lost sight of a few other shades.

I think this shade would look awesome mattified. (I may just have to try it!) ;)

Do you like wearing orange on your nails? Do you wear orange clothes? Does orange remind you more of summer or of Hallowe’en? Or both?

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20 thoughts on “OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go? Swatches & Review

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Melissa!

      I didn’t know I’d love any orange as much as I dig this one! The conversion is complete! Hehe! ;) Now I can’t wait to try more oranges.

      Reply
  1. Renée

    It’s really pretty indeed, I love peachy colors for my nails :) I’m looking forward to the rest of the collection, I kinda liked everything on the promo photos, but they can be a bit deceiving sometimes.

    Plus I love mango haha. The name is so clever :D

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    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Renee!

      I agree. For the most part, promotional pictures in press releases actually don’t make the nail polishes look as great as they appear in person. Funny how that happens, right?

      Reply
  2. Lorraine

    I tend to shy away from very pigmented oranges but I love creamsicle orange shades like this one. Excited about this whole collection!

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  3. Simmo

    Oh my god I need this polish in my collection, I love it. I also love the look of the green one from this collection as well. Why cant it be Feb now :)

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  4. Michaela

    I have absolutely no polishes this color so I will probably pick this up!! I don’t usually go for peachy colors because I always manage to pick the ones with bad formulas but this one seems to be different!!

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    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Michaela!

      It seems different to me, too. Some peachy shades are very pale, and they can ‘suck the life out of’ my hands. But this one is soft without being too light, so somehow it works. Glad that you like this one! :)

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  5. Jules

    Wow!!! This is a lovely nail color. I am not fond of orange nail color but upon seeing this, I think I wanna give it a try. I will check on this….

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    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Olivia!

      It’s soft, but not anaemic. I think you’ll love it, too! It seems to have won over even those who weren’t big orange fans.

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