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N. HOLLYWOOD, Calif. Nail care company OPI Inc. is launching in March its new Nicole by OPI Nic’s Sticks Paint & Go Nail Lacquer pens.
The polish is available in 24 shades plus a top coat. Each pen can paint 14 sets of nails.
“Nic’s Sticks Paint & Go Nail Lacquer pens are easy to use as pump, paint and go,” stated Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI executive vice president and artistic director. “Women can change their nail color from day to night, from casual to dressy, quickly, easily and with beautiful results.”
The pens are free of DBP, Toulene and Formaldehyde. They will be sold at select Target and other retail locations and will have a suggested retail price of $6.99.