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OPI, dance and a horse. Win an OPI pack!


Incorporating three things I love… OPI nail polish, various forms of dance and a gorgeous black horse, OPI are onto a winner with their first ever international short film/video by award winning film director Han Emanuel. 

OPI pays hommage to its Culture of Color branding through a surrealistic dance-off competition between a horse and 4 female dancers; each possessing their own style of dance and their own individual shade of OPI lacquer; illustrating that OPI nail lacquer can be used as a means of self-expression and individualism.
In the video, the 4 professional dancers communicate their chosen colour through dance whilst competing against a very talented dancing horse. The well known and talented horse, best know for his staring role in the movie The War Horse, is named Lady in Black, otherwise known as OPI’s Black Onyx.  The horse mimicks the dance steps of the women, performing different dance styles such as ballet, tap, hip hop and freelance.
Each of the women are wearing a difference shade of OPI – Pink-ing of You, Red My Fortune Cookie, Need Sunglasses? and No Room for the Blues.  Whilst the horse, Lady In Black, mirrors the dancers by wearing the same shade of nail lacquer on his hooves. 

The OPI video clip is set to the song Down the Road by French DJ band C2C.

How wonderful is it? Probably the best ad I have seen for a while.
And because OPI is my favourite nail polish, we are giving away three “The Happy Couple” packs containing ‘Pompeii Purple’ (I have this and it is gorgeous) and ‘Passion’.

To enter, comment below and tell us 
“What is your passion?”
Entries close 5pm 10th November. 
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34 thoughts on “OPI, dance and a horse. Win an OPI pack!

  1. To smile everyday, and appreciate life for what it is 😀

  2. spending time with my little boy! his smile makes everything that comes my way in life worth while 🙂

  3. Anything to do with beauty! From makeup to skincare, nail polishes, hair products, etc. I love a bright lipstick, awesome concealer and constantly strive to find the perfect eye cream.

  4. Dance. I love it. When I dance I am taken to another place. A place of passion, grace and beauty. Its amazing 🙂

  5. Dance. I simply love it. When I dance I’m taken to another place. A place of passion, grace and beauty. Its amazing 🙂

  6. When I play my guitar I feel like I’m transported to a different place, a place where it’s just me and the music. Nothing to worry about or things that I need to do.

  7. "Dnce like no one is watching. Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt and live like it's heaven on Earth." — Mark Twain
    This is my passion: to love those who care bout me, and live like its my very last day. Even though we have fights and are put down sometimes, these experiences strengthen us to make us who we are.

  8. Hate to say it, but clothes is starting to become my passion. I have never bothered about fashion before, but now I have lost heaps of weight and can actually wear normal size clothes, I am starting to take far more interest in shoes, bags, bling…you name it!!

  9. Cats. I would love to see OPI do a feline series. Imagine the names they could come up with.

  10. Fashion is my passion! Although my priority these days is my children, fashion now extends to my family and home.

  11. my passion is helping in the community, I volunteer my time for 2 nfp organisations and try and help people as much as possible!!! I also love shopping!!!

  12. My passion is London, im just fascinated about this place, it may be cold but it has so much history cant wait to go there one day.
    🙂

  13. Oh, why?! Didn’t I think of this when I had 11 horses? All that fun, and a passion lost. But, it still makes me smile just thinking about it.

  14. My passion is my husband, closely followed by my kids. I was lucky enough to meet my best friend and soul mate at 17 years old and 21 years later (14 years married – and four little people now in tow) I couldn’t imagine my life without him beside me. We’ve grown together, as people and a family – I only hope my kids are lucky enough to meet the love of their life also.

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