The OPI Spotlight On Glitter spring 2014 nail polish collection isn’t the typical warm season line. While most retailers are focusing on bringing subtle pastel tones or vivid matte hues, few ever equate spring with glitter. However, the renowned nail polish brand isn’t afraid to think outside the box and surprise sparkle-loving fans with cool yet counterintuitive options for the warm months, in addition to the hot-season ready tones from the OPI Brazil line which will soon hit the counters.

The OPI Spotlight On Glitter collection is scheduled to hit the counters on the first official day of spring and features six gorgeous sparkly tones that are sure to turn heads. If you don’t think glitters should be reserved for special occasions like winter holidays, but should be celebrated year round, you might want to take a closer look at the new OPI spring 2014 nail polishes to see if you spot any worthwhile additions for your beauty kit. Here are the gorgeous OPI Spotlight On Glitter spring 2014 nail polishes, presented by the label in the usual cheerful manner:

Opi Spotlight On Glitter Shades

Blush Hour – Sorry, gotta blush… this super dense fuchsia glitter is way too charming.Chasing Rainbows – Your pursuit of gorgeous has won you this rainbow with pot-of-gold highlights.Desperately Seeking Sequins – This prismatic glitter on a backdrop of shimmer is just what you’re looking for.I Reached My Gold! – The cache of gold confetti in this clear rainbow glitter is all yours!Rose of Light – A million points of light radiate from this rosy gold and rainbow sparkle.You Pink Too Much – I’m obsessed with this rosy glitter set in a shimmery base.

Opi Spotlight On Glitter 2014 Shades

Did you spot any absolute must haves in the new OPI 2014 nail polish line? If this is the case, you should know that each of the new options retails for $9 and that you’ll be able to purchase them starting with the 1st of March.

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