News: Nicole by OPI will release a line of “texture coats”

WHAT THEY SAY: Nicole by OPI announces the launch of Texture Coat, a line of graffiti-style nail art products inspired by OPI’s bestselling Shatter. Available in six chic shades – Gold, Silver, Red, White, Turquoise and BlackTexture Coat offers a simple way to create unique, unpredictable patterns on nails with a quick, at-home application.

WHAT IS IT“Fans of Nicole by OPI are fun, fashion-forward women who love experimenting with trends and using nail lacquer as a form of self-expression,” explains Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Nicole by OPI Executive VP & Artistic Director.  “Texture Coat offers an easy way to create your own completely customized nail art. Whether you choose pastels, darks, glitters, shimmers, or sheers to pair with Texture Coat, the endless options will accessorize every look.”

HOW TO USE ITTo use this product, start with Base Coat Plus, followed by two coats of any Nicole by OPI nail lacquer. Let the lacquer dry completely before applying Texture Coat. Complete the manicure with Top Coat Plus for a high-shine finish.

WHERE YOU CAN GET ITNicole by OPI Nail Lacquers and Nail Treatments contain no DBP, Toluene, or Formaldehyde.  Nicole by OPI formulas are long-lasting, fast-drying, and salon-quality, with products featuring the Perfect Stroke brush for streak-free, even coverage. Texture Coat will be available July 2011 for $7.99 each at ULTA, Target, Meijer, Harmon, Wegmans, Sears, and H-E-B. Texture Coat will be available in Canada at Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart and Loblaw.

MY THOUGHTSSo… what sounds like more shatter? I’m hoping it’s not… only because OPI has all of these colors except gold.

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One thought on “News: Nicole by OPI will release a line of “texture coats”

  1. Sounds like Shatter. I have China Glaze’s ‘crackle’ which is more simple than this. You just need any color varnish as base, crackle, and a top coat. Apparently as mentioned by the author, with these ‘texture coats’ you need a base, two coats of a nicole color, texture coats and a top coat. Is it the same for shatter? If it is I will just stick to china glaze.

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