Even more, this flourishing country has jungles, rivers, and lakes, all contributing to a unique blend of colors that truly establish Peru’s distinctive culture and personality.
OPI Travel Guide
Are you ready for a trip of a lifetime? Explore city streets, try new cuisine and dance barefoot amongst locals (the perfect excuse to show off that pedicure). Here’s where we’re visiting this summer.
We created our OPI Peru collection because Peru is a country that just has too many bright sights to contain in just a few shades. In the process of exploring the nation and making sure our shades are as Peru-ti-ful as they can be, we discovered the five Peru locations and attractions you (or your nails) shouldn’t miss when you’re in the land of Incas.
Known for it’s Fado music, custard tarts, and pastel colored streets, Portugal’s capital city, and OPI’s latest muse, is a true hidden gem. For being Western Europe’s oldest city, Lisbon has a flourishing cultural and creative scene; and in the past few years, it become a destination for travelers, photographers and Europeans looking to make the city their new home. Lisbon was built on seven hills, whose cobblestone streets are lined with artisan shops, local bodegas and world-renowned restaurants.
As Los Angeles keeps me consistently busy, it’s rare that I get to travel outside of the city for work. Whenever I do it’s the biggest treat so obviously taking a road trip with OPI up the coast sight seeing and shooting nail art for the new California Dreaming collection was a dream job!
One of the highlights of our trip to Fiji with OPI included a pit stop at the Market Stalls of Nadi. Stepping off the bus stop in Nadi felt like we had transported to a different time - there was a cinematic feel to stepping out of the colorful station and into the lively marketplace. You can immediately experience the layers of Fiji’s different cultures merging from the sights and smells of the open market - bright blankets teeming with hand crafted goods neighbored stalls displaying exotic fruit and warm spices.
In only six days, Portugal managed to win my heart. From the quiet coastal towns of the Algarve to the bustle of Lisbon’s Bairro Alto district at night, the vibrant colors of the landscape seemed to match its energy. In order to explore all of the hidden corners along the way, we embarked on a colorful 200 mile road trip from Lisbon’s city center to Lago’s sandy beaches, with plenty of snacks in tow.