OPI announces the launch of its seventh annual limited edition Pink of Hearts promotion, featuring the classic sheer pink shade Pink-ing of You and the new sparkle-packed hue More than a Glimmer. Pink of Hearts 2013 will also include pink ribbon and crystal decals (10 each) to embellish nails.
This is a great set to own, and I look forward to the duo’s OPI puts out for Breast Cancer Awareness every year
I have received this duo to review and did a manicure using each type of decal as well as both polishes!
Pink-ing of You is a bubblegum pink creme. I used 2 coats on all nails and then top coated! The first coat was a little streaky, but the second coat evened out just fine. I used the new matte glitter, More Than A Glimmer on the pinkie, middle and index fingers, which left the ring finger to apply a pink ribbon decal and small crystal decal.
This duo pack is designed to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research and support. In 2013, OPI will donate $25,000 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) to Susan G. Komen®. OPI will also donate $5,000 to Rethink Breast Cancer in Canada.
Pink-ing of You and More than a Glimmer feature OPI’s exclusive ProWide™ Brush for the ultimate in application. Pink of Hearts 2013 will be available September and October 2013 at Professional Salons, including Beauty Brands, Beauty First, Chatters, Dillard’s, jcp Salons, Pure Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, ULTA and ulta.com for $15.95 ($19.95 CAN) suggested retail.
About Susan G. Komen®
Nancy G. Brinker promised her dying sister, Suzy, she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer. Today, Susan G. Komen® works to end breast cancer in the U.S. and throughout the world by investing more than $750 million in breast cancer research and $1.5 billion in community outreach programs over the past 30 years; providing funding to help low-income and uninsured women get screened and get treatment; advocating for cancer research and outreach programs; and working globally in more than 30 countries. Visit komen.org.
Rethink Breast Cancer burst on the scene in 2001 with a desire to change the face of breast cancer—to show that young women get breast cancer too. Our mission is to continuously pioneer cutting-edge breast cancer education, support and research that speaks fearlessly to the unique needs of young (or youngish) women.