OPI’s New Spider-Man Nail Polish Collection Hits the Web

 This summer, one of this year’s most anticipated movies, The Amazing Spider-Man, hits theaters. This time, the comic-based action flick gets a makeover, with a fresh storyline, cast, and crew. The movie stars Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) as Peter Parker, Emma Stone (Easy A, The Help) as Spider-Man’s new love interest, Gwen Stacy, and Rhys Ifans as Spider-Man’s lizardy nemesis.

To celebrate, OPI will be launching seven limited edition nail polish shades inspired by the film, and it’s got our spidey senses tingling. The collection features a mix of metallics, duochromes, and shimmery frost finishes and also includes a new shade of OPI’s famous Shatter top coat (Shatter the Scales) that creates a cool, glittery green crackle effect when applied. Each lacquer retails for about $8.50 a pop.

Here’s the line-up of brand new shades being introduced in this exciting collection:

Shatter the Scales (Top coat)
My Boyfriend Scales Walls – Climb new heights with this cityscape white
Call Me Gwen-Ever – Girlfriend, be sure to pick up when this urgent coral calls
Your Web or Mine? – The perfect pink for sticky situation
Just Spotted the Lizard – Be seen in this reptilian yellow-green
Number One Nemisis – Show your metal in this sparkling nickel
Into the Night – This perfect midnight blue was made for prowling

The OPI Spider-Man collection swings into professional salons and stores (like Ulta and JCPenney) this May and is also available online at Amazon and Drugstore.com. Which ones will you be purchasing? Let us know in the comments below!

Image Credit: Amazon 

2 thoughts on “OPI’s New Spider-Man Nail Polish Collection Hits the Web

  1. Cool – except I’m a guy! When is the Spider-Man deordorant coming out???

    Also, “Call Me Gwen-Ever” for Orange? It should have been Hobgoblin-related!

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