For years, I’ve relied on OPI Nail Envy to keep my natural nails from peeling and splitting, and now they’re stepping up their game. A few years ago, they started offering the legacy clear nail strengthener in a few muted colors, like “Bubble Bath,” which enabled the user to add a neutral color in a single step, instead of using the Nail Envy as a base and top coat with a color between. This was particularly helpful if you’re in a rush or just don’t feel like investing the drying time for 3–4 layers.
Just recently, I went shopping for refills and was surprised to see the new Nail Envy® Colors in new packaging and color options that really popped. I purchase the “Powerful Pink” and “Big Apple Red” colors, and I have been pleasantly surprised at the rich, beautiful hues. The application is flawless with just two coats and you’re good to go.
Nail Envy Colors are also available in “Alpine Snow” white, a beautiful “All Night Strong” blue and “Double Nude-y” neutral colors. The company touts these beauties as strengthening and protecting nails with Tri-Flex Technology™ that creates 95% stronger nails, with 94% of consumers saying their nails look improved after using the product for 7 days. Nail Envy Colors retail for $19.96.
According to the salon finder on OPI’s website, you can find these beauties in Waukesha County at Cheri Nails & Spa (2748 Heritage Dr., Delafield), Bellisimo Capellos (2341 Silvernail Rd., Studio 3, Pewaukee), Andrea’s Hair Studio and Spa (141 W. Broadway, Waukesha) or Signature Salon & Spa (1424 Big Bend Rd., Waukesha). You can also purchase online, but we always encourage you to buy local if you can. Enjoy!
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