OPI Mummy Knows Best and New OPI DS Shades and PInk Shatter!

It’s an OPI-tastic night tonight! Firstly, continuing on with the Spookettes.

Mummy Knows Best, two coats. One of the average shades of the collection. I get why they put it there, but it is just white polish. 
The formula is good, but can be patchy if you don’t get an even coat, which I found hard to do. A second coat smoothes it all out just fine. One thing that’s really good about this polish is that it dries really quickly, definitely a plus. 
Next, the new DS  Shades.
Left to right:

DS Temptation- A provocative sparkle of deep purple

DS Bold- A brilliant sparkle of rich, shimmering red

Two new shades will be joining the Designer Series by OPI collection this upcoming fall – DS Temptation and DS Bold. Designer Series shades include vivid hues and sparkling, glitter-packed textures featuring OPI’s diamond-dust formula.

DS Temptation and DS Bold will be available beginning September 2011.

And Pink Shatter!
OPI launches the limited edition Pink Shatter: Pink of Hearts Nail Lacquer to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure® in its promise to save lives and end breast cancer forever. The 2011 Pink of Hearts edition will follow in the footsteps of its namesake 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Nail Lacquers in raising awareness of breast cancer for the fifth year in a row, during the months of September and October (National Breast Cancer Awareness Month). Unlike previous shade incarnations, this year’s Pink of Hearts Nail Lacquer marks the debut of fan-favorite Shatter coat in OPI’s first pink shade.
Each bottle of Pink Shatter: Pink of Hearts has a special pink-ribbon tag and pink cap wrap to call attention to breast cancer awareness. OPI will also be making its annual donation of $25,000 to Komen for the Cure. Pink Shatter coat contains no DBP, Toluene, or Formaldehyde, and it also features OPI’s exclusive ProWide™ Brush for the ultimate in application.
The limited edition Pink Shatter: Pink of Hearts will be available throughout the months of September and October 2011.

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