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OPI's Passage to India

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:14 PM

Close your eyes and imagine exotic vistas with OPI's Spring/Summer 2008 nail lacquer collection, India. "There has never been a better, brighter moment for color than now," says OPI's Executive Vice President and Artistic Director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann.

The vibrant palette found on the spring couture catwalk calls for accessorizing nails with shades of hot pink, orange, red and coral.

"Suzi's Picks" from the 12-shade India collection-Lunch at the Delhi, Royal Rajah Ruby and Charmed by a Snake-are available with coordinating lip color and liner.

For more information, visit www.opi.com.

OPI's Passage to India
OPI'S Spring/Summer 2008 collection, India, features 12 vibrant fashion-inspired shade.

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