How to Use OPI Glitter Off!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

We recently learned of the amazing new product Glitter Off by OPI launching in March 2014 (read all about it here), and today I wanted to share with you how it works!

Glitter Off by OPI is a new, peel-able base coat that allows for the quick and easy removal of nail lacquer when applied beneath any glitter or dark nail color. Glitter Off provides a base for quick one-step removal and protects natural nails, while simultaneously making nail colors brighter. Glitter Off is designed to leave nails polish-free and stain-free in seconds, revealing a clean nail surface without the use of lacquer remover.

Step 1: apply one thin coat of Glitter Off

Glitteroff1Step 2: wait for it to dry clear

Glitteroff2Step 3: apply as many coats of your glitter polish as you like

Glitteroff3Step 4: when you are ready to remove, use a cuticle stick to gently lift up an edge and peel the glitter lacquer off the nail.


That’s it! No remover necessary!


Glitter Off features OPI’s exclusive ProWide™ Brush for the ultimate in application. Glitter Off will be available March 2014, at Professional Salons and Spas across Canada for $10.95 CAN suggested retail each.

For more information on this or other products, please call 800-341-9999 or visit Follow OPI on Twitter @OPI_PRODUCTS and become a Facebook fan!


So what do you think? Are you excited to try Glitter Off?


  1. Reblogged this on BLM Beauty and commented:
    A product many of us may find useful for glitter manicures that take forever to fully remove.

  2. I’m actually interested to see how this will work. I have and use Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter a Peel, so I’m interested to see how they compare. Thanks for the post!

    • I don’t have NPB Glitter a Peel (surprisingly) so am really looking forward to this. For whatever reason, Essence didn’t bring their peel off to our markets so I think this will be a huge hit!

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