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Stuck in your head now, isn't it? We haven't been able to shake Mariah's bubbly rendition of the Christmas classic since the news of her second collaboration with nail brand OPI came to our attention last week. The good news is it bumped "Blurred Lines" out of our noggins, and that has been stuck in there for what feels like months.
Musical earworms aside, OPI has unleashed a veritable bonanza of polishes for the upcoming holiday season with their Mariah Carey Holiday collection. We're talking 18 brand new polishes, people.
Now, we're the first to admit we were a little skeptical of this collab back when the first one launched in January — after all, there's only so much rainbow and butterflies a person can take. And, while the initial collection had its fair share of pink and sparkles, there were a few surprisingly sophisticated colors. Not to mention that it introduced us to the new Liquid Sand polishes, kicking off the textured nail polish trend.
The new holiday polishes feature the usual array of icy silvers and festive reds that you see each winter ad nauseam, but there are also some outliers — like the gold shimmer and matte black glitter combo of Wondrous Star, or the metallic coffee Warm Me Up — that took us by surprise. Mariah has clearly stepped up her game this time around.
The shades won't be hitting stores until October, but we've got your sneak peek of all 18 shades right here. Click through to see Mariah's second foray into nails, then tell us which color you'll be coveting this holiday season.
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