Pedicure season is off and running. Prep your tootsies for their sandal debut with salon-quality polishes from OPI. Everyone is (naturally) enamored of classic shades like the 25-year-old line's debut hue I'm Not Really A Waitress, but there are tons of other funky colors with even funkier names to experiment with. Use this 25 percent off sale as an opportunity to test drive colors you've never tried. Who knows? You may just find a new must-have classic to add to your lacquer collection.
Cotton candy pink and so very ladylike, nail lacquer in Strawberry Margarita ($6.14, was $8.19) can skew either Spring Break or Charlotte from Sex and the City. With a bangin' bronze glow and bright white flip flops, you'll be recalling your favorite beach bash moments. But pair this polish with a Jackie O-style shift and black patent peep toes, and the look becomes pure Park Avenue.
The new neutrals — tawnies, creams, and oysters — are in for spring, and metallics are here to stay. That's two marks in the plus column for Will You Mari-Achi Me ($6.14, was $8.19). The shiny shade takes on different hues in different lights; sometimes it's lavender-infused gray, other times its pinky beige, so it's bound to match whatever you wear for as long as it lasts. Bonus: metallic polishes hide little flubs and air bubbles better than matte polishes.
You wouldn't brave April showers without a raincoat, so why would you expose your freshly painted nails to the elements? Classic OPI Top Coat ($6.14, was $8.19) strengthens nails as it extends the life of your mani or pedi. Use it to boost your new favorite OPI shades, or just add a coat on top of your drugstore polish to give it a professional-looking sheen and a few extra chip-free days.
More deals for net-savvy shoppers:
Form-fitting tees from Velvet by Graham & Spencer are 25% off at Tobi.