Reasons Why You Need to Get OPI New Orleans 2016 Colors

The OPI New Orleans spring/summer 2016 nail polish collection will be released in only a few days, and the number of fashionistas getting ready to purchase it increases rapidly. And who would have doubted that, the collection is on the fashion radar since September last year. Now, the wait is finally over… well, almost!

The OPI New Orleans nail polish collection is inspired by the colors of New Orleans. If you’re a local, you will most probably find familiar hues, and if you’re not, just take home a piece of New Orleans and add your own touch to it. The collection includes 12 colors.

If you haven’t heard any of this, let’s just hope you were on a tropical island enjoying a Margarita. If not, here are 3 reasons why you should also be hyped about the new collection and why you need to get your own set.

OPI New Orleans 2016 Nail Polish Colors

#1. It’s Brand New

We’ve all loved the previous OPI collection, but you know better than me that nail polish shades are strongly dependable on fashion trends. Yes, that pricey nail polish you got a month ago might not be trendy anymore. It’s always best to go with what’s brand new in the market, so you can avoid long hours of researching about “what’s hot now.”

#2. It’s Creative

We have long stopped buying products because we need them. We now buy their stories, their names, their packaging, and what’s inside, of course, because we want them. But once you take a look at the names of the shades in the collection, you won’t be able to resist the temptation.

● NL N51 Let Me Bayou a Drink
● NL N52 Humidi-Tea
● NL N53 Suzi Nails New Orleans
● NL N54 I Manicure for Beads
● NL N55 Spare Me a French Quarter?
● NL N56 She’s a Bad Muffuletta!
● NL N57 Got Myself into a Jam-balaya
● NL N58 Crawfishin’ for a Compliment
● NL N59 Take a Right on Bourbon
● NL N60 I’m Sooo Swamped!
● NL N61 Rich Girls & Po-Boys
● NL N62 Show Us Your Tips!

Do you get the excitement now? How can you not buy a nail polish that’s called Let Me Bayou a Drink?

#3. It’s Mostly Pink

Although most of the colors are not actually pink (so don’t rush into correcting me just yet), the hues in almost half of the collection would be ideal for pink-lovers. Whether it’s the red, purple or cream color, you can find just a tiny bit of pink in there. If you’re a devoted member of the pink club, you know all pinks are different, and sometimes a single shade can make a big difference in how you look. So, here’s the diversity, get in line!

The international release of the collection will be in February, which means less than two weeks until the new nail polish experiments. Get your fingers on the OPI New Orleans colors, or the New Orleans colors on your fingers… with the new OPI 2016 collection, it work both ways.

Photo courtesy of OPI

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