OPI Trend On Ten mini set

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We’re starting to get bombarded by holiday ads, Black Friday ads, and Cyber Monday ads.  That’s OK, because I feel like you can ignore them if you’re not interested but if you are shopping for gifts, then it’s good to know what’s out there.  I’m a planner and a compulsive list-creator, so Christmas shopping really pushes me to make a list and check it twice.  Or ten times.

And speaking of ten, OPI has released its annual holiday mini set of ten polishes.  The 2012 set was called The Top Ten, 2013 had Take Ten, and this year’s is Trend On Ten.

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The colors are:

  • Haven’t the Foggiest
  • Alpine Snow
  • Bubble Bath
  • Tickle My France-y
  • Princesses Rule!
  • Toucan Do It If You Try
  • Cajun Shrimp
  • Big Apple Red
  • Malaga Wine
  • Lincoln Park After Dark

The photo above is a CG one and if you look at a real photo, you can see that Haven’t the Foggiest is much more glittery and some of the shades look a bit different.  Ulta has the set for $27.50 but I’ve read that Costco has it for $19.99.

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The set comes boxed in two groups of five polishes each, so if you wanted them for gift-giving, you could give all ten, two sets of five, or individual ones as stocking stuffers.

As far as I know, none of the colors are new and most of them are well-established, so finding swatches of each color online should be easy.

 

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  1. This would make a great stocking stuffer for that polish lover. Even if someone already has a couple of these colors, the rest are still good staples to have in a collection. And it doesn’t hurt to have back ups of a best seller. This is actually a really decent gift for around $20. These are especially great for travel too and no need to have the full sized bottle if you can just pop a mini in your travel kit. I hope Santa will bring me one of these sets.

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  2. Christmas shopping?!? Mine is finished, packages wrapped, boxed for shipping, labeled, and set aside ready to take to the post office on December 1. Ah, don’t hate me, there’s a disadvantage to this efficiency. Lovely deals like this polish come along, and lots of other cute things, and I can’t buy them… or I do and go way over budget!

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