OPI’s New Collection Screams European Getaway

OPI is making it easier than ever to give your clients vibrant and bold manicures this spring thanks to the new Lisbon Collection. Inspired by the lively streets of Europe’s most colorful city, the Lisbon Collection features 12 new shades that give nod to the natural beauty of Portugal’s capital city.

“Lisbon is both quaint and trendy at the same time,” says Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI co-founder and brand ambassador. “The city has become the quintessential European destination, thanks to its colorful streets, budding food scene, and unique street fashion. In this great walking city, historic castles meet modern art museums and sleepy storefronts give way to vibrant nightclubs. Hip new restaurants and top chefs are paving the way for a food renaissance, but you can still find Pastéis De Nata, or Portuguese Custard Tarts, on every street corner. Portuguese women are taking street style to a new level, showcasing colorful, stylish looks in all parts of the city.”

The collection features 12 new shades in classic nail lacquer, Infinite Shine Long-Wear lacquer, and GelColor formulas. The collection embraces Lisbon’s bright colors and fashion forward shades with polishes in hues of blue, aqua, dark yellow, bright red, magenta, and orange coral. Accenting the bold shades are softer hues, like rose gold, peach, light pink, and white.

American Spa’s own Kristina Panter, director of integrated media, western region, was at the launch event in Hollywood recently and got to experience the new line first hand. Check out her sneak-peek pictures above.

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