OPI Rock Goddess Halloween 2013 Nail Polish Collection

Thinking over some good Halloween nail polish ideas? OPI has something extraordinary and pleasant to tell you! The amazing OPI Rock Goddess Halloween 2013 nail polish collection is already available at ULTRA and online, so that you can use a great variety of combinations, including nice color solutions and a cool skull bracelet. What is especially important about this collection is the universal nature of these pieces, which can be used for other purposes like everyday and other special occasions rather than Halloween too.

OPI Rock Goddess Halloween 2013 Nail Polish Collection
“Rock Goddess features bold hues plus a bracelet – all of which can be worn long past Halloween. These edgy, show-stopping shades allow you to release your inner rock star… Halloween is the perfect time to embrace your alter ego and experiment with playful styles!” said Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, the co-founder & Artistic Director of OPI. In fact, this is just a perfect and resourceful option for you to have even more than two in one. Coming to the set, we can point out the following:

OPI Rock Goddess Mini Nail Set ($12.95) (Limited Edition)

This wonderful and creative set includes:
• Yellopalooza – A sweet and absolutely hypnotizing yellow shade
• Stand In Lime For Days – The fresh and imaginative lime green is just perfect for refreshing looks
• Rolling bones – A cool shimmery metallic shade with a striking platinum finish
• The Drummer’s Hot – This is a more than amazing shade of classic red, which is interestingly put with a nice and hot orange-bent tone.
So, the OPI Rock Goddess Halloween 2013 nail polish collection seems to be a sort of a message for us, telling decisively not to miss the nails out of attention when preparing for the Halloween. It’s a crazy day waiting for us, and our looks, including the nails, should be just rocking the show for the Halloween. So why should we miss a pretty good option?

Photo courtesy of OPI

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