So in love with this nail lacquer!

in the cable Car- Pool OPI
Do you know what it means?

No,its not the name of that charming little boy character from the old Andy Griffith show.I am not sure how you spell his name from the show I do know that if one more person calls this iconic nail polish “O-Pee”, I think I am going to have to scream. It is pronounced by its letters OPI and it stands for….Odontorium Products Inc.
You see the first nail products were derived from the dental industry.The words comes from a Greek word meaning “of the mouth”.Think about it if it is good for your mouth it must be safe for your nails as well.That’s what an OPI representative shared with me.In fact I was told years ago that their first office was in a building that was a dental lab.

I’d like to think of the name standing for “OUTSTANDING,professional,individual because every time you have an OPI mani and pedi with a PRO that is what you are going to get. OPI nail techs and business owners LOVE and breathe all things OPI!

I so love OPI it is such a quality and fabulous nail polish.The colors come in a rainbow of shades.So many shades… so much value!

I am allergic to MOST nail lacquer and you might be too.
If you get itchy eyelids,cat scratch kind of marks on your eye lid area and face from touching your eyes and face from a new manicure or polish at home…You might be allergic to your current nail lacquer. What I discovered is that OPI works for me and my skin too!

No matter what your mood OPI has a hue for you!
This hot hue is a shade from the new San Francisco Collection isn’t it rich and gorgeous?

Nails have never been more in!
Paint the town red,pink or with flecks of gold too and have fun doing it.

9 thoughts on “So in love with this nail lacquer!

  1. Hi there, I pronounce OPI ‘oh-pee’, too. It’s one syllable less and it’s effective communication! ๐Ÿ˜‰ In regards to allergies: The contact allergen that causes almost all cases of rashes around the eyelids is formaldehyde resin. OPI is three-free, so does not contain formaldehyde resin, and therefore you have no problems. You should be able to tolerate all 3-free nail polishes.

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