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Tiffany Blue nails are now achievable

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Audrey Hepburn famously attested "I believe in manicures" and now the style icon's most iconic character, Holly Golightly, is inspiring a new range of OPI nail colours, including a shade in the famous Tiffany Blue.

The limited edition Breakfast at Tiffany's collection features 16 colours designed to add a chic spin to a winter mani with light shades inspired by pearls and diamonds, as well as irresistibly rich autumnal tones.

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There's a beauitful pearl shade...

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And if nail art had been around in 1961, we can imagine Holly working these designs (when not wearing those over-the-elbow gloves):

Best accompanied with a bouffant, LBD and giant shades:

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OPI's Breakfast At Tiffany's varnishes begin at £12.50 and are available to buy now

 

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