Makeup Pick : OPI The Cows Come Home Nail Lacquer

Makeup Pick : OPI The Cows Come Home Nail Lacquer

Grazia Team Beauty loves any old excuse for a Monday splurge and today it comes in the shape of OPI’s new Nail Lacquer. Yep, the fashion forward nail brand has teamed up with charity Ovacome to raise money as part of ovarian cancer awareness month. The brand will be very generously donating £1 from every bottle of Teal The Cows Come Home Nail Lacquer throughout March, so what better a reason to buy yourself (and all your friends) a bottle of polish. And, if you really need another reason to purchase, we can give you a couple more…

Firstly, teal is bang on trend this season, seen backstage at many a catwalk show as well as fashion houses galore – a short stroll past the Topshop Oxford Circus windows and you’ll see it’s true teal-mania out there. Plus, this chic colour is a ultra-flattering and the sort of shade of blue we reckon Karl Largerfeld would kill for and Alexa Chung would sport with her Superga trainers and dungarees. Secondly, Ovacome are hoping that the Teal Tips campaign will get women everywhere talking and raise awareness of the disease throughout the UK. Genius! We love a nail polish but one with such a good story and cause behind it really inspires us. Get those Teal Tips trending girls!

OPI Nail Lacquer in Teal The Cows Come Home - £11 – www.lenawhite.co.uk



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