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OPI – The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides


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OPI captures the bright colors and breathtaking escapades seen in Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides with six limited-edition Nail Lacquers and a new Silver Shatter!  Disney’s highly-anticipated fourth installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise is directed by Rob Marshall and features an all-star cast, including Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz.

To celebrate the new film, OPI launches its Spring 2011 BRIGHTS Collection, which features a groundbreaking new color addition in the Shatter coat formula– Silver. Inspired by graffiti art, this shade leaves behind a crackled, two-texture silver finish when painted over any dry OPI hue.

The Pirates of the Caribbean:  On Stranger Tides collection includes:

Skull & Glossbones – Best light gray ever, no bones about it. Mermaid’s Tears – Few have seen this magical green. Steady as She Rose – This gorgeous pink is your final destination. Planks a Lot – Dive into style with this lust worthy purple! Sparrow Me the Drama – This cool, collected pink means business! Stranger Tides – Explore this uncharted sea of sage. Silver Shatter – A shimmering sea of silver with a two-texture finish.

OPI is thrilled to celebrate the latest film in this beloved series,” said Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive VP & Artistic Director.  “The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides lacquers were inspired by a world filled with mythical mermaids, gleaming treasure, and high-seas adventure. With shades ranging from sage and lavender to khaki gray and pastel pink, these colors are evocative of a warm, tropical setting, with a classic nautical influence.”

Uh, amazing. I’m pretty wild over the Silver Shatter, if there’s silver there MUST be a gold coming soon too. And I love love love me some gold, picture it…gold or silver shatter paint with black tips, yeah, I thought so! I also love me some Johnny Depp. haha

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