OPI Announces NEW Fiji Collection for Spring 2017 salonnv December 20, 2016 From lush flora and exotic birds to tranquil seas and soft palm-lined sands, Fiji is a picturesque dream destination like no other. The islands’ lush, unspoiled natural landscape filled with vibrant colours provides the inspiration for OPI’s spring 2017 collection. The Fiji Collection by OPI features 12 new nail lacquers in Nail Lacquer, GelColor and Infinite Shine formulas, allowing consumers to live out their colour fantasies with a variety of nail wear options. With colours ranging from rich ocean blues and pops of flora and fauna-inspired shades to eyecatching sunset hues and natural sandy-toned neutrals, the diverse palette reflects the islands’ ‘sieze the day’ spirit. Colours are ideal for wearing on both nails and toes while enjoying a taste of Fiji from anywhere in the world, whether sunning at the beach, visting a botanical garden, enjoying a sailboat cruise, or dining at a five-star restaurant under the stars. Living on the Bula-vard! and Two-Timing the Zones evoke the welcoming spirit and uniqueness of the destination, while Do You Sea What I Sea? and I Can Never Hut Up showcase the beach and beautiful lagoons. Exotic Birds Do Not Tweet and Polly Want a Lacquer? draw inspiration from the islands’ beautiful wildlife. “Visiting Fiji is on everyone’s wish list, thanks to the islands’ relaxed, friendly culture, fine cuisine, and colourful vistas – three things that inspired the twelve shades in this collection,” remarks OPI cofounder and brand ambassador, Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. “Through the Fiji Collection, women around the globe can take a journey to this dream destination, wearing the colours of Fiji on fingers and toes this spring/summer season.” Fiji Collection by OPI will be available in Nail Lacquer, GelColor and Infinite Shine formulas . GelColor is an in-salon professional service only. OPI is guaranteed only when purchased through authorised professional beauty outlets and prestige stores, not from a drugstore, supermarket, mass outlet, or other unauthorised sources.