If you like to celebrate Halloween like I do, then you need to lay your eyes (and fingertips) on the newest release from OPI.
This month, OPI has two new lacquer packs out just in time for to get your fright night on. Both are Halloween-themed and are lots of fun to put on and wear.
The first pack is a shatter set with a twist. The ‘Pair’em Scare’em’ lacquer duo has a spooky green shade called Zom-body To Love, that glows in the dark. And the second shade in the pack is the classic Black Shatter lacquer. When the shatter lacquer is painted over any OPI polish it creates a crackled effect as it dries. Wearing them together creates a fun combination and when the lights go out things really get spooky with the glow in the dark showing through the shattered polish. The glow effect is really noticeable in the dark and my daughter thought that it was great that she could see my nails at night when I went to tuck her in.
The second pack is called Spookettes. They are four mini-lacquers (smaller than regular OPI polish) in a package along with some fun nail decals. ‘He’s My Boo’ is a wonderful bright pumpkin orange color, ‘Mummy Knows Best’ is a solid white color, ‘I Only Date Werewolves’ is the blackest of black shades and a mini version of ‘Zom-body To Love’, the glow in the dark green. These can be used alone or combined together to create fun designs. There are also some free decals and instructions to help you create your own masterpieces. The decals include spiders, webs, pumpkin face, and some words. To make this kit last, you will want to use the decals sparingly as they are quite limited. Once the stickers are gone though, you can still create fun designs with the shades alone.
Like all of the regular lacquers, these contain NO DBP, Toluene, or Formaldehyde.
* I received both packs listed above for free to complete my review. The opinions expressed in this post are mine only and are in no way influenced by any outside factors.
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