Hate removing glitter nail polish? No easy way to do it, other than soak in acetone (ick!)? OPI may of just answered all the glitter lovers prayers with the launch of OPI Glitter Off – a new base coat that promises to make the removal of glitter nail polish easy peasy.
Not convinced? I’ll have a review up in the next few weeks, but for now, here’s what OPI has to say about it.
Glitter On, Glitter Off!
OPI Glitter Off Peel-able Base Coat Allows for Glitter Nail Lacquer Removal in Seconds
Glitter Off by OPI is a new, peel-able base coat that allows for the quick and easy removal of nail lacquer when applied beneath any glitter or dark nail color. Glitter Off provides a base for quick one-step removal and protects natural nails, while simultaneously making nail colors brighter. Glitter Off is designed to leave nails polish-free and stain-free in seconds, revealing a clean nail surface without the use of lacquer remover.
“Women love glitter nail lacquer, which adds a glamorous element to any manicure. However, it can be difficult and frustrating to remove. Now OPI fans can fully embrace the glitter nail trend without the accompanying hassle. Simply brush on one thin layer of Glitter Off to bare nails, wait until it dries clear and then apply as many coats of glitter lacquer as needed to get the desired look,” explains Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Co-Founder & Executive VP. “Glitter Off is designed to last for a few days, allowing for glitter shades to be changed frequently or worn just for a special occasion or night out. It’s so easy to use – And when it’s time to remove it, peel!”
To remove, use a cuticle stick to gently push and peel the glitter lacquer off the nail. No nail polish remover is necessary for this final step.
Glitter Off features OPI’s exclusive ProWideTM Brush for the ultimate in application. Glitter Off will be available March 2014, at Professional Salons and Spas across Canada for $10.95 CAN suggested retail each.
I know I am. Stay tuned for more exciting news from OPI coming your way this week.
Until next time,
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