OPI nail polishes are well-known for descriptive names like I’m Not Really a Waitress and Tasmanian Devil Made Me Do It, but the company’s own moniker, OPI, isn’t nearly as attention-grabbing. Originally known as Odontorium Products Inc., the company sold dental supplies until the 1980s, when a new owner developed an innovative acrylic-nail system. With that success, the company’s focus shifted solely to nails, and along with an ever-expanding range of hues came a new name, OPI, which is now practically synonymous with high-quality and stylish nail color.
Package arrived very well packed. However when I opened it I was disappointed to learn the bottle of polish I purchased was not a new bottle but one that had been used with other polish on the lid. \n\nThe cost was reasonable but sure wish seller had disclosed it was not a new bottle. Considering it is almost full I probably would have purchased it anyway but would like to have had the option in the beginning.