AUGUST BRINGS PASTELS WITH SIX FRESHLY MINTED OPI SOFTSHADES
By The Beauty Hub | August 15th, 2016 | Company News,News
Softly shaded, seriously opaque and knockout gorgeous, these are pastels with a presence.
Pale lilac, yellow and green redefine cool, while creamy white makes an indelible impression. Baby peach and blue have never looked more grown up. All are demure with a bit of an edge, and über chic.
“We offer a fashion-forward interpretation of the pastel palette. Instead of the expected sheer and muted look, we’ve chosen a finish that adds a ‘mod’ element to our shades without diminishing their refinement. This is a colour story we absolutely love. Our pastels play well together, and create a myriad of sophisticated, feminine looks from accent nails to French tips and nail art. Plus, they bring plenty of modern romance to bridal, prom and other spring/summer occasions.” said Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Co-Founder and Brand Ambassador
OPI SoftShades 2016 Pastels include the following 6 shades in both nail lacquer and GelColor formulas:
It’s in the Cloud
I’m storing this creamy white in memory forever.
This Cost Me a Mint
This cool, refreshing, pale green is so worth it.
One Chic Chick
Just take a *peep* at this downy soft yellow.
Stop it I’m Blushing!
A flattering flush of warm, baby peach
It’s a Boy!
This baby blue is a true bundle of joy!
I Am What I Amethyst
Honestly, this light pale lilac is really me.
Pastel power also comes in small packages. A special, giftable Mini-Pack features diminutive servings of It’s in the Cloud, This Cost Me a Mint, Stop it I’m Blushing! and It’s a Boy! Or give your manicure the sparkle treatment with the Trio Pack, which features One Chic Chick, Stop it I’m Blushing! and It’s a Boy!, along with real Swarovski crystals in coordinating pastel colours.
OPI SoftShades Pastel Colour Collection is available at Wojooh, Sephora and all major nail salons.
Price: AED49 each.
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