OPI Halloween Collection 2011

Release Date: Available Now
Price: 4-Pack Minis: $12.50 / Duo Pack: $14.95
Availability: Beauty Brands, Beauty First, Chatters, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Pure Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, and ULTA

Company’s Description

Celebrate the scariest day of the year with OPI’s Halloween-inspired nail lacquers, available in two promotional gifts sets. For a limited time only, OPI will offer the new Spook-ettes mini pack.

The Spook-ettes mini pack includes free nail decals, along with instructions on how to create different nail art designs using the lacquers and stickers. For example, create a two-toned look with “Jack-in-the-Moon,” featuring a grinning face in a white full moon on a black nail, or go bold with “Welcome to Spider’s Corner,” showcasing a creepy-crawler layered over a bright orange hue.

Additionally, the Pair’em Scare’em duo pack will bring Zom-Body to Love and OPI’s bestselling Black Shatter together in a hair-raising pair. Inspired by graffiti art, Shatter leaves behind a crackled, two-texture finish when painted over completely dry OPI nail lacquer. Paint Shatter over two coats of Zom-Body to Love and add a top coat for a one-of-a-kind, glow-in-the-dark manicure.

“Halloween motivates us to express wild, imaginative concepts through hair, makeup, nails and costumes,” explains Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive VP & Artistic Director. “The Spook-ettes and Pair’em Scare’em lacquers allow consumers to get fun and creative with our Halloween colors by pairing them with themed nail decals or adding the captivating shatter effect.”

Spook-ettes Mini Pack

  • He’s My Boo: a scary orange
  • Mummy Knows Best: a spook-tacular white
  • I Only Date Werewolves: a bewitching black
  • Zom-Body to Love: a glow-in-the-dark green

Pair’em Scare’em

  • Zom-Body to Love: glow-in-the-dark
  • Black Shatter

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2 Responses to OPI Halloween Collection 2011

  1. Lisa B. says:

    Do you usually dress up for Halloween? I’m not big on the scary/creepy stuff…I especially don’t do nails for Halloween much…though maybe I should try it sometime. Maybe next year! :-p I’d probably go for black or red…I’m kinda curious about the Green Glow-in-the-Dark one. It could be cool, or weird. Do you know if the glow-in-the-dark claim is true?

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