OPI Burlesque Nail Polish Collection for Winter – Holiday 2010

OPI seems to be joining forces once again with the world of cinema to create a new nail polish collection for Winter and Holiday season 2010.

Burlesque Nail Polish collection has the same name with the movie that will be on screens on November 2010, staring Christina Aquilera and Cher.

Burlesque collection contains 12 new nail colors that will become available in September 2010.

After the jump check out more photos and the names and shade description of these glitter and shimmer shades.

  • Simmer & Shimmer – In this glitter bit of blue.
  • Let Me Entertain You – Multi-talented fuchsia glimmer.
  • Sparkle-icious – Multi-color glitter-iciousness
  • The Show Must Go On! – With this deep pink shimmer on your nails!
  • Ali’s Big Break – This glowing red shimmer breaks through in style.
  • Tease-y Does It – In this tempting burgundy shimmer.
  • Rising Star – Lustrous glimmering gold.
  • Glow Up Already! – You’re ready for this glittering green.
  • Bring On the Bling – A gold that glitter that’s beyond dazzling.
  • Extra-va-vaganza! – This orange glitter is not for the shy.
  • Take the Stage – A warm orange spotlight shimmer.
  • Show It & Glow It! – If you’ve got this fuchsia glitter, flaunt it!

And a mini nail lacquer collection

Are you looking forward this collection?

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11 Comments

  1. I really hope that this will be available here in Hungary,cause that little teaser package looks great.Me want it:D:D:D

    • Hi…I really don’t know what to say about this collection. All the I know is I’ve never been attracted to OPI.

      • Hi Tavia,I only have a few bottles and they’re great,but the site they’re running in my country is lame,has no info,and the sales person in the shop is just gross.She isn’t nice to customers,and sometimes she even closes the shop before it’s time.I haven’t bought OPI for a while,and after I wrote that comment I thought,that instead of buying these products I should support other brands,which aren’t rude to customers or bloggers.

        • I understand you perfectly. I had a pleasant experience myself with OPI PR department and because of that I don’t even want to think about buying their products. There are lot of good brands out there (more cheaper) that deserves a chance.

  2. The sparkle nailpolish does not adhere to your nails very well. I got a manicure with a sparkle nailpolish and it came off the same day just from doing my dishes and bathing. Don’t waste your money unless you want to redo your nails every day.

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