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For those who have coveted the original OPI Nail Envy as a nail strengthener for years, you’ll be excited to hear that OPI has now released four new strengthening treatments, but this time, they’re coloured in classic OPI Shades:

Hawaiian Orchid: A tropical pink with hints of light purple
Samoan Sand: A warm beige-pink
Bubble Bath: A sweet candy pink
Pink to Envy: An OPI Nail Envy exclusive shade in sheer light pink

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I’ve been playing around with these 4 OPI nail envy hues for the last month, and I have to say, they’re quite impressive. The idea of having a two-in-one nail strengthener plus colour is really genius. All swatches below are shown with two coats and no top coat.

Samoan Sand – OPI Nail Envy

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The original OPI Samoan Sand is probably one of my favourite OPI shades so I wasn’t surprised that, this nail envy hue is my favourite.

Hawaiian Orchid OPI Nail Envy

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A beautiful classic if you have a love for rosy hues.

Bubble Bath OPI Nail Envy

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I love this hue! The original formula is quite difficult to apply without streaking, but this beauty goes on no problem and leaves no streakiness.

Pink to Envy OPI Nail Envy

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Probably the least exciting of the bunch, Pink to Envy essentially looks like a clear nail polish. If you’re looking to wear this on its own and you have any ridges or nail staining, this hue will not cover it. That said, if you want a clear base coat, why not try Pink to Envy?

So there you have it, four new OPI Nail Envy strengtheners in COLOUR. If you have extremely week and chipped nails, OPI Nail Envy won’t transform them into brand new nails (this can result from healthier eating and vitamin supplements), but they will definitely add strength to the nail to help them grow and chip less. The formula is a little thicker than regular nail polish but application with the wide OPI brush is still extremely easy.

Until next time,

nail that accent

Comments

  1. Susan Forest-Rode

    Seems like everyone is doing this. Zoya has a brand new line with a compete set of nail products. So what I want to know is this: Do they really work? My nails are so bad. I love wearing nail polish. Doing my nails is a type of therapy for me. That being said, I have spent so much money on nail polish and products. I just want something that will really work. Can a topical product really do it or does one need to take vitamins and supplements to get nails to be strong and healthy? Thanks for sharing this and if you have any comments about these products and whether or not they work please share them.

    1. Lindsay (Nail That Accent)

      Hi Susan,
      this is the million dollar question for the nail polish industry. The truth is, nails don’t breath, they don’t have lungs and the nail that you actually see is already dead…so….no topical treatment will work to completely transform your nails BUT…clearly nail treatments are a multi-million dollar industry so they must do something, right? Right. Wearing nail treatments does a few things – it protects your nail by acting as a shield to external elements (especially you your nails break quite easily when you are doing something (like pulling up tights)). When nails are less likely to break, they’ll have a better chance at growing. Now is there really a difference between brands? I haven’t tried the Zoyas, but I do LOVE OPI (the wide brush and the formula), so I’m loving nail envy for those reasons. Still, vitamins and diet are essential. You want your nails to be strong from the time they grow from the matrix underneath, so that is only solved by your body’s chemistry from within. If you can believe, my nails have never been as long as they are today (I never thought I could get them this long) and the ONLY thing I’ve changed, is that I’m taking a number of prenatal vitamins.

      Good luck!

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