OPI Colors Now Available in Dell Design Studio – That’s La Paz-itively Hot!

As you may have read, Dell has partnered with the color experts at OPI to bring 26 classic nail polish colors to the Dell Design Studio. Starting today, you can personalize your Dell Studio, Inspiron or Mini laptop with your favorite OPI color at Dell.com, whether for yourself or a holiday gift for the color lover in your life. 

Many of OPI’s top selling colors including I’m Not Really a Waitress, Big Apple Red, Princesses Rule!, Louvre Me Louvre Me Not, Cajun Shrimp and Green-wich Village are now available. Looking for something bright? Check out Need Sunglasses? yellow, In My Back Pocket orange (Alyssa Kolsky Hertzig’s at Allure Magazine’s favorite) or my personal favorite Teal the Cows Come Home. Want to make a statement with some shimmer? Try Happy Anniversary, Smitten with Mittens or Holiday Glow.

You can view all the 26 options online and check out the full set of images on our Flickr site. Let us know what you think!

Also, check out the inspiration from OPI behind some of your favorite shades:

La Paz-itively Hot!

La Paz - itively Hot! by OPI

“Inspired by the lifestyle and culture I equate with South America – a passion for music, for love, for life – this color expresses the kind of wild abandon that makes me want to take off my shoes. And dance on the beach.  With the wind in my hair. What can I say – it’s a hot color, not for the shy.” – Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI

I’m Not Really a Waitress

I'm Not Really a Waitress by OPI

“Living in LA puts me in the heart of the entertainment industry, where you can see celebs and celebutantes just by grabbing a latte.  My inspiration behind I’m Not Really a Waitress, OPI’s best-selling shade of all time, is the response you hear from every would-be actress who is waiting tables until her big break comes along. Created for the OPI Hollywood Collection, this is one shade that’s totally ready for its close-up!” – Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI

Big Apple Red

Big Apple Red by OPI

“Who doesn’t love New York? It has everything – fashion, theatre, four distinct seasons, energy, excitement, and the best bagels anywhere. Hands down. The place where the official color of fashion is black, this city offers big buildings, big ideas, big beauty – and big inspiration. For this big color.” – Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI

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