"OPI is so excited to work with Nicki in releasing these six new nail lacquers," Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive VP & Artistic Director, said in a statement. "Nicki has taken the hip-hop world by storm, but her music is only part of the equation. She's also become a fashion inspiration, noted for her daring costumes and hair color both on and off the stage."
The limited-edition lacquers inspired by the outrageous star include Pink Friday (a creamy bubblegum hue), Metallic 4 Life (a charcoal sparkle), Super Bass Shatter (a purple, graffiti art-inspired topcoat effect), Save Me (a silver-rainbow glitter), Fly (an electric aqua) and Did It On 'Em (a fluorescent lime).
Fans can get their hands on the polishes in January 2012 when they hit salons, JC Penny, Ulta and other select retailers for $8.50 each.
OPI is the second beauty partnership for the always brightly dressed "Super Bass" singer: the 28-year-old joined forces with makeup giant MAC Cosmetics in 2010 on a limited-edition Barbie-pink lipstick that ran in conjunction with her debut album, Pink Friday.