October 18, 2012

OPI Pink of Hearts 2012

OPI has released a duo pack of nail polishes in support of Breast Cancer Awareness called Pink of Hearts 2012. They will donate $25,000  in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. They will also donate $5,000 to Rethink Breast Cancer in Canada. I of course support this cause and am happy to bring this post to you highlighting the cause and these promotional polishes.


This is I Think In Pink. This is a sheerish milky pale pink jelly crème hybrid that has a ridiculous shine. This is three coats. This is quintessentially girly and I love it. Great formula.

The second polish in the pack is called You Glitter Be Good to Me, a cool pale pink small sequin glitter with lots of larger pinky purple hexes. It's a nice polish to layer with, seen here as one coat over I Think In Pink.

I really prefer it by itself layered to opacity. It's a beautiful blingy glitter bomb and the larger glitter pieces blend better into the base. When it's more sparse your eye goes to them immediately and this way both types of glitter really compliment each other rather than compete. This is three coats.

The Pink of Hearts 2012 duo pack will be available September and October 2012 at  Professional Salons, including Beauty Brands, Beauty First, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Pure  Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, and ULTA, for $14.95 ($20.95 CAN) suggested retail.  For more information, please call 800-341-9999 or visit www.opi.com.

Products provided for review.

7 comments:

  1. My sister just left this beautiful duo at my house, I love them too!! I did a glitter gradient with them. Thanks for the great swatches!

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  2. I did a glitter sandwich with these colors. They're a great combo!

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  3. Mmmm they look so gorgeous!

    Jazz x

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  4. I love glitter! So pretty.

    Can't say I'm pleased the money is going to the Susan G. Komen foundation though. I hate that their 'charity' spends such a huge chunk of its money suing other charities who use the term 'for the cure'. It's disgusting.

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  5. I think this is the nicest of all the BCA sets that have been done for quite a few yrs now. I am a 2x BC survivor and really have seen the BCA bring so much change and advancement to the cause since I was first diagnosed in 94.

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  6. I Think In Pink looks a-ma-zing on you!

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  7. I don't like pink but the last one would have look'ed so great over a dark base, need to find it! :-D

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