OPI has done it again! The go-to nail care brand has created yet another fab nail polish collection for the spring 2013 season, inspired by Disney's "Oz The Great and Powerful". Check it out!
OPI is inviting you to embark on a fantastic journey through the
world of nail polish with their newest spring 2013 nail polish
collection titled The Great and Powerful, a collection inspired by
Disney's upcoming movie “Oz The Great and Powerful”. The collection
that is bound to steal the spotlight in 2013 brings to the nail
color scene seven limited edition nail lacquers one of which is the
innovative Liquid Sand shade that was created for the character
played by James Franco, the great Wizard of Oz. This shade packs
that IT factor that will make heads turn with its innovative
formula featuring ingredients that deliver a textured, matte taupe
finish with soft sparkle, shade that will be super hot in the
The diversity of the collection also amps up OPI's The Great and Powerful style factor as from the prettiest pastel pink to the most sublime beiges and the most electrifying gold/silver glitter lacquers, the collection features all the shades that top the fashion color charts this spring 2013 season, so take a peek at the shades but be warned that they can be hypnotizing:
Which is Witch? - is this silver glitter with iridescent sparkle or the other way around?
Glints of Glinda - only a good witch could turn beige from meek to chic
Lights of Emerald City - white confetti adds city girl flair and style to nails
When Monkeys Fly! - I’m simply bananas for this gold confetti
Don't Burst My Bubble - don’t wake me…I’m dreaming about puffy clouds of white
I Theodora You- this adorable, sheer pink is bewitching on you
What Wizardry is This?- Liquid Sand nail lacquer in rich taupe
The whimsical nail polish collection is set to hit the counters in March, just in time for the movie's release and with $9 a bottle, the collection will surely fly off the shelves, so keep an eye on your fave shades and grab them as soon as they're made available!
Photos courtesy of OPI Facebook