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NAIL TREND: Liquid Sand Textured Finish

Lauren Salapatek | October 24, 2012 | 9:47 AM
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NAIL TREND: Liquid Sand Textured FinishTextured finishes in the nails category have been a trendy topic this Fall 2012, and according to OPI they predict it’s going to continue through Winter 2012, too. Recently the nail giant has announced the launch of eight new limited edition shades inspired and hand-selected by multiple Grammy Award winning recording artist, Mariah Carey. These shades include four new OPI Liquid Sand lacquers featuring technology for a textured, matte finish infused with reflective sparkle.

The pebbled finish that lightly shimmers with fine glitter particles is a new look in the nail industry—if your clients choose to wear it without a top coast, the lacquer gives nails a unique textured matte finish.

The Mariah Carey by OPI collection includes four Studio Shades, ranging from pink glitter to rich plum crème and four Stage Shades, each featuring the new textured finish. Shades include: A Butterfly Moment (frosty tan nude), Sprung (shimmery copper), Pink Yet Lavender (pink glitter with lavender shimmer), and Anti-bleak (deep, creamy purple).

Stage Shades include: Stay the Night (matte black with red glints), Get Your Number (matte blue with sparkles), Can’t Let Go (matte purple with sparkle), and The Impossible (matte fuchsia with star confetti.)

According to OPI, their Liquid Sand polishes should always be worn without top coat. For more information visit opi.com.

NAIL TREND: Liquid Sand Textured Finish

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