August 16, 2021
From Vegan Food And Living

Leading beauty brand OPI has launched its first collection of vegan nail polishes in a range of neutral earth tones.

Inspired by natural elements, the ‘Nature Strong’ range features 30 highly pigmented shades that offer long-lasting colour and a high shine finish.

There’s even a vegan-friendly topcoat to protect your manicure so you can enjoy up to seven days of wear and shine.

Furthermore, OPI’s vegan nail polish collection is certified vegan by The Vegan Society. That means that neither the product nor its ingredients have been tested on animals, making them cruelty-free too.

In fact, OPI’s vegan nail polish range is made from plant-based ingredients like sugar cane, manioc, wheat, potatoes, and corn.

As well as being vegan, the packaging is sustainable too as it’s made from 20% post-consumer recycled materials.

If you look closely at the caps you may notice swirls of colour or pieces of melted grey plastic. That’s because OPI hasn’t added any additional bleaching, making each cap totally unique.

Moreover, not only are we spoilt for choice with new vegan shades, but each one comes with its own unique and humorous name to boot.

Some of our favourites in the collection include Knowledge is Flower, Let Nature Take Its Quartz, and Raisin Your Voice. Not to mention Strong as Shell!

The new vegan nail polish range from OPI is on sale now in the US ahead of its global rollout. And because OPI is available in over 100 countries, it will soon be easier to find vegan nail polishes than ever before.

With over 30 stylish shades to choose from, we can’t wait to get creative with our next manicure!

Vegan nail polish

OPI is the latest major brand to launch vegan nail polish, following the likes of Nails.INC and Sally Hansen who recently launched vegan lines.

If you’re looking for affordable vegan nail polishes, don’t forget that high-street brand Barry M’s entire range is vegan and cruelty-free!

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