The OPI Infinite Shine series has expanded to include six more colours, according to the official press release that I received from PR yesterday.
These are the OPI Infinite Shine Soft Shades that are available now: The Beige of Reason, Non-Stop White, Eternally Turquoise, Pearl of Wisdom, Beyond the Pale Pink, and Go to Grayt Lengths.
I’m particularly excited to try OPI Infinite Shine Non-Stop White because it’s advertised as a solid, opaque white.
Lots of white nail polishes are streaky or take three or more coats to get fully opaque. I wonder if this one will be the one-coater that I’m looking for. (Even if it isn’t, I will get a lot of use out of it because it’s a staple colour for nail art.)
P.S. On Tuesday evening, I attended the Elizabeth Arden Fall Preview event held at the America restaurant on the 31st floor of the luxurious Trump Hotel in Toronto’s financial district! I had such a fun time and got to see the lineup of new makeup, skincare, and fragrances! (I posted a couple of photos on my social media including Instagram, if you’re interested.)
The six OPI Infinite Shine Soft Shades include:
- The Beige of Reason
- Non-Stop White
- Eternally Turquoise
- Pearl of Wisdom
- Beyond the Pale Pink
- Go to Grayt Lengths
OPI Infinite Shine Soft Shades Press Release
EXPLORE THE SOFTER SIDE OF SHINEWITH NEW INFINITE SHINE SOFT SHADES BY OPI
IDEA: Must-have softly tinted shades with shine that lasts until you take it off
WHAT THEY ARE: Six new spring-inspired soft shades to join the revolutionary Infinite Shine Gel Effects Lacquer System. Perfectly on-trend to complement Spring 2015 looks, the world’s number one salon brand, OPI, introduces new at-the-moment shades to the Infinite Shine line. With fashion – forward nudes, pastels and blushes, you can enjoy rich, true-to-bottle color in even the lightest hues, plus 10 days of high-definition, gel-like shine thanks to this
state-of-the-art hybrid lacquer system. With the cutting-edge Infinite Shine Gel Effects Lacquer System, it’s now possible to get the long-lasting, brilliant shine of a gel, with the ease of lacquer
removal. The easy three-step process delivers the rich color, intense shine, and lasting wear of a gel with no light curing required and easy, soak-free removal. Simply Prime, to prep nails to innovatively grip color and prevent staining. Then add Lacquer for ultra-rich, vivid color. Finally
Gloss with the state-of-the-art top coat featuring exclusiveoligomers that cure to a hard film in natural light, yet remove easily with standard nail lacquer remover.
Each Infinite Shine lacquer is a unique new addition to the OPI line so you can discover endless shine in the latest OPI shades.
Soft Shades Infinite Shine Includes Soft Shades Hybrid Lacquers ($18.00 CAN salon/retail): These six pale hues let you embrace delicate color with brilliant mirror shine.
The Beige of Reason
Sheer, rosy light beige
Solid opaque white
Pale green hued blue
Pearl of Wisdom
Lightly shimmering mother-of-pearl shade
Beyond the Pale Pink
Scandalously nude, barely there pale pink
Go to Grayt Lengths
Chic shimmering, silvery gray
WHERE TO FIND THEM: Discover the collection from May 2015 at select professional salons and Hudson’s Bay
Which of the OPI Infinite Shine Soft Shades is your favourite? Do you know of a white one-coater? Are you a fan of the OPI Infinite Shine nail polishes?
OPI must be running out of names for polish: this is the third time they’ve used ‘Pearl of Wisdom’. (The first was a warm pale golden pearl, the second was the same colour with a pink flash -I think it was in the Hong Kong collection, and now this pearlized white.)
Haha, yeah – they REALLY like the name! 😛
Very pretty colors. I wonder can the polishes be used with a different base coat? I don’t mind using a special top coat if needed, but I rather use a strengthening base coat.
Even though they recommend that you use the special base coat because the formulas are designed to play well together, I think you can use it over any base coat. But once you start mixing a different base, it could affect the wear time. It depends on the chemistry between the polish colour and the base and top coats.
(It reminds me of how the CND Vinylux nail polishes are designed to be used with the CND Vinyl Weekly Top Coat. I’ve tried them under a regular non-CND top coat, and it worked just as well.)