Brazil by OPI brings the colors of tropical rainforests and warm sandy beaches to nails and toes for Spring/Summer 2014. This new collection features a palette ranging from bright hues of red, pink, coral, orange and yellow to earthy tones of taupe, sienna, mocha and jungle green. In addition to 12 nail lacquers, the Brazil launch includes a set of four limited edition Beach Sandies Liquid Sand mini neon nail lacquers in bold purple, pink, turquoise and yellow shades with a textured, matte finish.
“On spring runways, models were seen wearing lots of black and white, with bold accents of orange and yellow and muted elements of taupe and clay,” says Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Co-Founder & Executive VP. “Brazil by OPI provides vivid hues to add a pop of color to a neutral-toned wardrobe, as well as earthy tones that easily transition from day to night.”
Brazil by OPI will be available in both nail lacquer and GelColor formulas beginning February 5, 2014.
Next Stop…The Bikini Zone: This amethyst-toned pewter suits me just fine.
Don’t Bossa Nova Me Around: Nobody can stop me from wearing this creamy nude!
Taupe-less Beach: There’s nothing optional about wearing this enticing taupe.
I São Paulo Over There: He was sipping coffee with this mocha-toned beauty.
Live.Love.Carnaval: This vibrant and festive coral is the life of the party.
Red Hot Rio: A ruby red as hot as the most exciting city in Brazil.
Brazil Beach Sandies Liquid Sand mini pack includes the following shades:
- Samba-dy Loves Purple: Well, who wouldn’t find this vivid textured violet irresistible?
- I’m Brazil Nuts Over You: And I’m crazy for this textured matte pink.
- What’s a Little Rain Forest?: I’ve got this textured matte blue and an umbrella for two.
- You’re So Flippy Floppy: When I found this bright textured yellow, I just flipped!
I don’t know about you, but I am so excited for this collection. OPI always brings it, in terms of colors. But Brazil is my two favorite things – greige-y nudes and technicolor – all wrapped into one fun and fabulous collection. Which shades are your faves? Tell me in the comments.