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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

OPI Pink of Hearts 2014

OPI PINK OF HEARTS 2014 (1)

I have two OPI collections waiting for some blog time. Problem is, I didn't know which to post first. Obviously, Pink of Hearts won. It just seemed a little too early to get to Halloween polishes, no? Anyway...For the eight year, OPI is supporting breast cancer awareness with their limited Pink of Hearts duo including a new shade. Not only do you get to sport cute pink polish to support the cause in spirit, but OPI will also be donating to Susan B. Komen (in the US) and Rethink Breast Cancer (Canada). Read on for the a look at the two shades in this years' duo!

OPI PINK OF HEARTS 2014 (1)
 OPI Pink of Hearts 2014- Mod About You* and The Power of Pink* 15ml $21.50 CAD (for set)

OPI PINK OF HEARTS 2014- Mod About You (2)
OPI Pink of Hearts 2014- Mod About You*

Mod About You is a pretty classic OPI shade, and for good reason, as it's a pretty, pale pink cream. The formula is great- not chalky at all- and applied perfectly with two coats.

OPI PINK OF HEARTS 2014- The Power of Pink (5)
OPI PINK OF HEARTS 2014- The Power of Pink (4)
 OPI Pink of Hearts 2014- The Power of Pink* over OPI Mod About You*

The Power of Pink is a confetti glitter with a sheer, milky pink base that is home to dark pink and white glitter of various sizes. The press release says the confetti is both dark pink and light pink, but it looks white to me, so that's what I'm sticking with. Anyway, this is a really cute polish, and one coat gives the look of a layered look, but without all the layers. I think this pairs perfectly with Mod About You, but it also looks great over a super pale shade (like Nicole by OPI Something Sweet.)

Overall, a super cute combo that helps support a great cause. These polishes sell as a boxed set which includes a pink glitter nail file with a pink-ribbon charm and the bottles feature a special pink ribbon cap wrap in support of breast cancer awareness. The Pink of Hearts set will be available September and October 2014 at Professional Salons and Spas. What do you think of these shades? Will you be picking them up?