OPI Just Brought Back 9 Iconic Shades From The Vault
Posted on September 21 2018
By popular demand, OPI has brought back nine of their most iconic shades from their shade vault, this time as long-lasting OPI Infinite Shine formula. In classic hues of burgundy, pink, and red, OPI Infinite Shine Iconic Collection is here to give your nails an encore performance.
Do you remember any of these iconic shades? Which ones are your favorites?
Deer Valley Spice, The Alpine Collection (1993)
"A cool winter red that you'll be hunting down."
Mrs. O'Leary's BBQ, The Chicago Collection (2005)
"A deliciously saucy shade of molasses, this long-lasting burgundy is the perfect condiment to every look."
Peru B-Ruby, The South American Collection (2002)
"A deep, long-lasting magenta red for your next adventure."
Hong Kong Sunrise, The Far East Collection (2000)
"A gleam of this bright coral nail polish provides a summer shimmer."
Senorita Rose-alita, The South American Collection (2002)
"A shimmering pink with flecks of gold to make everyone wink."
Japanese Rose Garden, The Far East Collection (2000)
"Tokyo's brightest blooms inspired by this luscious light pink."
Smok'n in Havana, The Caribbean Collection (1996)
"A long-lasting burnt red with copper shimmer."
Vodka & Caviar, The Russian Collection (2007)
"An elegant, indulgent shade of crimson designed for red hot nails."
Grand Canyon Sunset, Classics F/W 1990 (1989)
"A deep pink with hints of brown for long-lasting color and shine."
Want some inspiration? Check out these nail art designs, featuring the OPI Infinite Shine Iconic collection!