Monday Motivator – The New Orleans Collection by OPI

Here we are again, it’s Monday. In my neck of the woods Mother Nature forgot to check her calendar and our April is feeling and looking more like January. We woke to ice, snow and cold winds. I can’t help but wonder, if April showers bring May flowers, what on earth will April snow clippers bring? As I was shoveling, pouting and cursing this morning, I decided that no matter how cold my toes were and how much my nose dripped, I was going to make Spring happen…well at least for myself, and now for you too. In hopes of brightening your day and  motivating Mother Nature herself, let me introduce you to the latest collection from OPI. The Spring/Summer 2016 collection, the New Orleans collection!

OPI New Orleans    OPI New Orleans

To celebrate the spirit and hope of New Orleans with these FAB! bright shades that go by the names of “Let Me Bayou a Drink”, “Crawfishin’ for a Compliment”, “Got Myself into a Jam-balaya” and “Show us your Tips!”, I dare you not to get a smile on your face, a spring in your step and more than a glimmer of hope for Spring.

Besides having fun and fabulous shades in all their collections, there is something not many people know about OPI. Not only does OPI create heavily pigmented, long lasting chip resistant lacquers…all their lacquers are formaldehyde free – formaldehyde has never been an ingredient in OPI lacquers. *Some of OPI’s nail strengtheners/hardeners do contain formaldehyde – a level 4 times lower than the safe standard established by the FDA. For those looking for a formaldehyde free alternative, OPI Nail Envy Sensitive and Peeling and OPI Start to Finish Formaldehyde Free formula are your answers.  Another FAB! fact – in 2006 OPI reformulated their complete line to eliminate DBP(dibutyl phthalate) and Toluene.

With this wintery weather and another Monday upon us, how about you join me and OPI, “Take a Right on Bourbon” and turn your face towards the sun.

 

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