Lacquer Saturday: OPI Celebrates Disney’s Oz the Great & Powerful!

As if anyone needs an extra reason to go see Disney’s Oz next season (two words: James Franco!) OPI has announced the launch of six limited edition nail lacquers and a new Liquid Sand™ shade, inspired by Oz The Great and Powerful in theaters on March 8, 2013.

“Inspired by the magic of Oz The Great and Powerful, this SoftShades collection captures the whimsy seen in the film, from glittery shades packed with white, gold and silvery iridescent confetti –Lights of Emerald City, When Monkeys Fly! and Which is Witch? – to soft neutrals in white, beige and pink –Don’t Burst My Bubble, Glints of Glinda and I Theodora You, Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive VP & Artistic Director

Lights of Emerald City

Don't Burst My Bubble
Don’t Burst My Bubble
Glints of Glinda
Glints of Glinda
Which is Witch
Which is Witch
I Theodora You
I Theodora You
When Monkeys Fly
When Monkeys Fly

Don’t Burst My Bubble and I Theodora You look perfect for layering, or that “Jelly Sandwich” trend I’ve been meaning to try. They’re also introducing their new Liquid Sand technology with the What Wizardry is This? color. The technology offers a textured, matte finish infused with reflective sparkle…Oooooh la la! As if we needed any more of a connection to James Franco, the color was designed for his character in the movie! Ugh 2013 is going to be a great year!! Check out the Oz trailer below, featuring James Franco as Oscar Diggs and Mila Kunis as Theodora, Rachel Weisz as Evanora and Michelle Williams as Glinda:

*All photos via BeautyPress.com*

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