OPI – Avojuice Violet Orchid 200ml

OPI – Avojuice Violet Orchid 200ml


New Avojuice Hand & Body Creme brings the silkiness of Avojuice Skin Quenchers lotions to an intensely moisturizing cream formula that leaves skin velvety smooth and richly hydrated.

Love. Love, love this lotion and this is my favorite scent. Not flowery as the name would suggest. More of a fruity scent. Doesn’t leave hands greasy feeling, just moisturized.

If you want amazingly silky skin then treat it to this OPI Avojuice Coconut Melon Juicie. Your skin will soak up all the refreshingly smooth goodness of the OPI Skin Quencher, leaving you with renewed, softer and more silky skin. The moisturiser has a luxurious, tropical blend of softening coconut, hydrating melon extracts, enriching vitamin C, nourishing avocado and healing aloe vera. The OPI Avojuice Coconut Melon Juicie Skin Quencher is absorbed quickly, leaving your skin with a fragrant, smooth and non greasy feel.

Enriched with various vitamins and extracts
Limited holiday scent

OPI Nail Treatment Nail Polish Remover 480ml (Green)

OPI Nail Treatment Nail Polish Remover 480ml (Green)


Product Detail :

  • Removes nail laquer without streaking or staining
  • Removes even the toughest colours
  • Non-oily nail polish remover

Mild acetone formula with Aloe Vera removes all traces of nail lacquer without streaking or staining.The formula has aloe vera enriched that helps nourish your nails and cuticles. Its a true essential for anyones manicure.

Suzi Weiss-Fischmann Who’s Behind OPI Funny Polish Names

Suzi Weiss-Fischmann Who’s Behind OPI Funny Polish Names



Known as the “First Lady of Nails” and the woman responsible for such classic polishes as I’m Not Really a Waitress and Tickle My France-y, Suzi Weiss-Fischmann is the Executive VP, Artistic Director, and all-around creative force behind OPI’s legendary and coveted nail lacquers. She does it all—from creating the shades to bestowing on them their unique monikers, that, let’s face it, keep us coming back for more as much as the new colors do. We caught up with Suzi for a Q&A about choosing collections and names, as well as which polish is her all-time favorite.



She discovered her passion for beauty when she was ten years old, growing up in Hungary. She told her mother that she wanted to tease her hair; it was a style that was no longer relevant, but she was excited about beauty and experimenting with different looks. Growing up, she had a good sense of style and a love of fashion. Even if she had only three outfits in her closet and her friends had dozens more, she was the one looking at the designers and trends.

 OPI’s seasonal collections are always destination-based. Drawing inspiration from her travels helps determine the next geographic location. With destination collections, women can travel to places they might only ever imagine.

Fashion is a major factor when it comes to creating new lacquers; she take a close look at runway trends, prominent color palettes, and textures. In cities around the world, she draw inspiration from people on the streets, food, music, movies, and more. she note the average woman as her muse; her style will help decide which colors turn into bestsellers.

Shatter is her favorite new development. Nail art has been a hugely popular and quickly growing trend, however many nail art designs require extensive time and precision. Shatter makes nail art uniquely customizeable and accessable to everyone.

In creating colors today, she find women willing to embrace these new trends and wear them in ways that are both edgy and chic. Even just five years ago, she would waver on introducing certain colors to the consumer, but now, nothing is taboo.

Yes, she wanted OPI names to be part of the total brand experience and brand culture. Not only are the names something the consumer will remember and discuss, they also offer something women can identify with; whether times are happy or sad, there’s a name to perfectly fit the occasion.

There is a group of six people, including myself, who go behind closed doors for six to eight hours to brainstorm and decide upon new names for the lacquers. For destination-based collections, which are launched twice a year, the group will play upon unique, interesting, or noteworthy elements from the country or city in question to come up with hundreds of names for consideration. No booze—but lots of food! Often there are names we love but can’t use, for many different reasons.

OPI’s celebrity partners are very involved; it’s important that the colors in their collections are ones that they themselves would want to wear. Celebrities approve all names and final shades.

She consider many celebrities as trendsetters or icons in their own right; she don’t have one specific person in mind at the moment, but she hope to collaborate with more exciting people in the music and entertainment industries in the future.

Lincoln Park After Dark is her personal favorite; she call this shade a game changer. At first, women primarily wore seasonal trend colors (light or bright in summer, deeper as the weather turned), but after introducing Lincoln Park After Dark, everything changed and rules were broken. Dark nails became chic and wearable year-round.

OPI strives to be a leader and innovator in the industry. Right now, our research and development in this field is looking at new science for the next big thing!





This color is gorgeous! And as in all OPI nail polishes..it goes on great!

absolutely love this colour. It’s a gorgeous bright blue creme formula that is so vibrant. Even though its blue, it still looks sophisticated and chic in a modern way!

Conquer dragons, rescue princesses (or princes), or just relax in your favourite mud bath. OPI Ogre-The-Top Blue Nail Lacquer, the biggest, bestest bright blue ever, is sure to send you ogre-the-top…!

OPI Ogre-The-Top Blue Nail Lacquer contains no DBP, toluene, or formaldehyde, and features OPI’s exclusive ProWide™ Brush for the ultimate in application.
Directions of use:

To apply, begin at the centre of your nail, approximately a couple of mm from your cuticle.
Let the bristles fan out for maximum coverage and with each brush stroke, brush out to the free edge.






Diagonal stripe pattern – Morning Moneypenny – horizontal stripe pattern These super cool magnetic kits make for a perfect gift and are a fun and unique way to add a cool touch to your nails!


magnet for these OPI polishes is a bit different than any of the others I own. I found it to be very easy to use, the way you place your finger in and then press the magnet down makes it very user friendly. There is a little lip on the magnet side that makes it so that you don’t hit your nail.


As a note, with magnetic nail polishes, it’s best to do one nail at a time since you want to ensure the polish is still wet when you’re applying the magnet.

1. Apply two coats of Morning, Moneypenny to the nail.
2. While the polish is still wet, place your finger onto the bottom of the magnetizer with the magnet positioned over the nail. Press the top side down until the edge touches the finger below the cuticle being careful not to touch the nail with the magnet. Hold for 10-12 seconds.
3. Release the magnet and pull it away carefully to reveal the design.
4. Finish off with a top coat since the polish does finish a little gritty.

OPI Morning, Moneypenny 2

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