18 Nov 2015
Shine the brightest in the Galaxy with OPI’s Starlight Collection
We’re over the moon with these stunning shades that will have you at the center of the universe. This collection includes an astronomical spectrum of 18 limited-edition nail lacquers that are perfect for the holidays. Blast off into outer space with these eye catching colors!
Ro-Man-ce on the Moon: A crimson red that will have your heart sky rocketing.
Guys & Galaxies: This maroon hue will have you orbiting mars.
I’m in the Moon for Love: We’re lusting over this pretty lunar plum.
Cosmo with a Twist: This deep space purple with a hint of glitter is out of this world.
Give Me Space: A bright midnight blue with infinite sparkle.
Center of the You-niverse: This glimmering black onyx will have everyone gravitating towards you.
Super Star Status: You’ll shine the brightest in the galaxy with gold and silver glitter.
I Drive a SuperNova: Take off with this brilliant silver shade.
Comet Closer: Cozy up with this textured celestial warm gold.
Is this Star Taken?: This lustrous gold is too gorgeous to share.
Infarared-y to Glow: This ray of light includes a cluster of glitter and red confetti.
Let Your Love Shine: A deep red that will ignite passion in your universe.
Ce-less-tial is More: This soft pink twinkles with its stellar glow.
Press * for Silver: This warm metallic silver won’t let you off the hook.
Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Meteorite: A striking metallic cluster of iron and nickel sparkle.
No More Mr. Night Sky: A nebula of glimmering gray.
Love is in My Cards: This passion filled red will have your astrological stars aligning.
By the Light of the Moon: This celestial shade will have a gravitational pull on you.
Find these galactic polishes at the closest planet near you, priced at $9.50 a piece (Ulta). Also available in gel colors formula that are sure to last! Whether you’re painting the galaxy red, exploring the starry night sky, or twinkling as bright as a stars, let OPI’s Starlight collection hop aboard with you. Catch them while supplies last or they’ll be light years away.