OPI is collaborating with The Coca-Cola Company this summer. Several of the The Coca-Cola Company’s most recognized brands – including Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Cherry Coke, Vanilla Coke, Sprite and Fanta – will be the inspiration for a line of OPI limited edition nail lacquers that will launch internationally in June 2014.
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Hey guys! I know it's cold outside, but with warmer weather right around the corner, I wanted to give you all a taste of my top ten favorite products for spring so you can all be prepared to strut into the new season looking and feeling your very best!
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But I’m making it up to you…with a fantabulously unexpected giveaway!!! Nothing like a beauty bribe to keep you coming back. You know you love me.
This week, I’ve joined forces with Essie to spoil one reader pretty with these cool jewel-toned nail polishes in the season’s hottest color palette. The collection compliments fall’s bold blast of color with six stunning shades ranging from rich, elegant reds to deep, luscious purples.
Each bottle retails for $8. Or purchase the full collection for $45. Or you could enter this week’s giveaway – and if you win, the entire collection would be FREE!
To enter, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your full name. The subject line should read “Essie Fall 2008 Giveaway.” The contest ends at midnight (EST) on Wednesday, August 20th. One winner will be chosen at random from among the entrants. On Thursday, August 21st, I’ll announce the winner’s name. Please, only one entry per person; duplicate entries will not increase your chances of winning. Contest is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only.
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Last Thursday, nail trendsetter Rihanna got a white hot mani/pedi at the 8th Street Dashing Diva nail salon. Girlfriend is a gal on the go – as you can see, she dashed out of Dashing Diva with wet toenails.
The Cult of Cherry is luscious, dramatic, undeniably eroticized. Ripened lips, Spiced Hot Chocolate eyes or Illegal Purple nails, combine to seduce with a sweet-and-shock, way-to-go dark. Separates the bitter from the sweet. This drama just gets more delicious.
Lipstick Crème Cerise: Sheer yellow taupe (lustre) Lightly Ripe: Sheer mid-tone pink (lustre) Russian Red: Intense bluish red (matte) “O”: Intense purplish red with metallic gold (frost) So Scarlet: Clean grape burgundy (amplified) Suggested Retail Price: $14.00 U.S.
Lipglass Cherry Blossom: Sheer light pink with multi-dimensional pearl (frost) Rich & Ripe: Mid-tone pinkish red with multi-dimensional pearl (frost) Cult of Cherry: Clean red with red pearl (frost) Liqueur: Neutral brownish mauve with multi-dimensional pearl (frost) Jampacked: Sheer grape with multi-dimensional pearl (frost) Suggested Retail Price: $14.00 U.S.
Mattene Rapturous: Deep berry red (matte) Kirsch: Blackened cranberry (matte) Chock-ful: Blackened brown (matte) Bing: Blackened eggplant (matte) Suggested Retail Price: $14.50 U.S.
PowderBlush Blooming: Frosted deep dirty peach (frost) Plum de Bois: Frosted deep pink bronze with gold pearl (frost) Suggested Retail Price: $17.50 U.S.
Nail Lacquer Silverstruck: Frosty greyed taupe with multi-dimensional pearl (frost) Illegal Purple: Creamy blackened eggplant (cream) Suggested Retail Price: $10.00 U.S.
ZoomLash Zoom Black: Rich black Suggested Retail Price: $11.00 U.S.
Eyeshadow X4 – Spiced Chocolate Quad Nanogold: Sheer yellow pink with pink pearl (frost) Brash: Frosty reddish copper (vxp) Spiced: Dirty deep reddish brown (matte) Sweet Chestnut: Frosted cranberry (frost) Suggested Retail Price: $36.00 U.S.
Eyeshadow X4 – Tempting Quad Next to Nothing: Sheer yellow beige with pink pearl (frost) Sharp: Frosty bright yellow gold (satin) Dark Edge: Dirty chocolate brown (satin) Tempting: Rich coco (lustre) Suggested Retail Price: $36.00 U.S.
Eyeshadow X4 – Shadowy Lady Quad Light Fall: Dirty light pink (satin) Smudge Violet: Frosty blackened lavender with multi-dimensional pearl (frost) Deep Truth: Very dark blue (frost) Shadowy Lady: Darkly veiled plum (matte) Suggested Retail Price: $36.00 U.S.
Nine new shades of Pro Longwear Lustre Lipcolour featuring an exclusive sheer pigment top coat, with three Nail Lacquers. Separate if you must, but these Lustre Twins shouldn’t live without each other. Codependent couture colour and shine starts here!
Pro Longwear Lustre Lipcolour: A two-step application of lightweight colour + mirror-finished top coat. Apply the colour. Let it dry. Apply the top coat! Provides sheer to medium coverage with a rich, lustrous, moisturizing finish. Longwearing, comfortable on the lips. Won’t shift, transfer, feather or smudge. Replacement top coats available.
Alta Moda/Hip Love: Deep blackened red/Deep plum with red with pearl Boss Brown/Slave To Pink: Chocolate bronze with pearl/Campagne neutral with pearl Coco Lust/Sexy Sweet: Deep red brown/copper brown with gold pearl Custom Rose/Pink Virtue: Berry plum with pearl/Light blue pink with silver pearl Gypsy Rose/Shimmer It: Berry red with gold pearl/White gold with multicolored pearl Pink Air/White Top: Ligt pink with pearl/Clear white with red and pink pearl Red Flame/Orange Flicker: Intense bright yellow red/Bright yellow red with gold pearl Red Reflection/Mirror: Deep berry magenta with pearl/clear with white pearl Ripe & Ready/Soft & Lush: Clean bright pink coral with gold pearl/Yellow pink with gold pearl
Suggested retail: $20.00
Nail Lacquer: Revolutionary new high gloss formula. Three long-wearing finishes – Cream, Sheer, and Frosted. Visibly different. Provides no-streak/no-chip finish. Contains conditioners and UV protection. Go hi-lacquer!
Firehouse: Clean bright chrome red (frost) Perplexing: Deep blue purple (frost) $$$$$ Yes: Metallic silver foil (frost)
In a brilliant and calculated move, OPI is set to debut a limited-edition nail polish collection inspired by our favorite Beverly Hills spoiled brats. Color details and names have yet to be revealed, but I predict that the Andrea and David shades will be the bombs of the bunch. The line is scheduled to launch in tandem with the 90210 spinoff’s fall premiere.
Just my two cents – and kinda off topic: Why CW decided to resurrect 90210 when they already have Gossip Girl is beyond me. There’s no way this re-hashed mess can top Blair and Serena’s exploits. I’d love to be proved wrong, but I suspect that 90210 (version 2.0) will be little more than a springboard for original cast alums (Shannen Doherty and Jenny Garth) and other washed-up tv stars (yeah, I’m talkin’ about you, Lori Loughlin and Rob Estes).
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