Nicki Minaj follows the success of last year’s Pink Friday MAC lipstick with another partnership, her own capsule collection for nail polish brand OPI. Minaj’s pastel-hued lipstick (timed to the release of her album by the same name) was sold only on Fridays through the 2010 holiday season, and proved to be a hit. Now, she follows in the footsteps of Katy Perry, Glee and Justin Bieber with a line of nail polishes named after her tunes.
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The Nicki Minaj for OPI range, to be made available in six shades for $8.50 each, will be suitably flamboyant: the palette will include a purple shade (“Super-Bass Shatter,” inspired by grafitti), the self-explanatory “Metallic 4 Life,” aquamarine and lime shades, and even a rainbow hue (“Save Me”) to match Minaj’s own head-turning coif. The sixth color? “Pink Friday,” of course. Minaj’s capsule OPI range launches in January 2012, and will sell at Sephora and other select outlets.