OPI Taylor Blue…Limited Edition Polish for Taylor’s Gift Foundation

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Today I’d like to introduce you to Taylor’s Gift Foundation. Following a skiing accident in 2010 that cut young Taylor Storch’s life short, her parents made the difficult decision to donate her organs. This selfless act went on to help a number of people around the country. Taylor’s Gift Foundation was created to honor Taylor’s gift of life and make a difference in the lives of others. Earlier this year, OPI partnered with Taylor’s Gift and created Taylor Blue, an exclusive nail lacquer in the Foundation’s signature color. Taylor Blue will again be available starting on November 21st.

OPI Taylor's Gift Limited Edition Exclusive

Purchasing Taylor Blue is an opportunity to join the Foundation’s efforts to increase organ donation registrations, change the conversation about organ donation and help fund the Foundation’s incredible mission.

OPI Taylor's Gift Limited Edition Exclusive

How can you Paint it Forward?

OPI Taylor Blue will again be available for a limited time, beginning November 21st. Visit www.TaylorsGift.org/taylorblue to order. Then…

  1. PAINT your nails Taylor Blue!
  2. SHARE a photo of your face & blue nails on facebook/twitter/instagram/pinterest or email it to the foundation at TaylorBlue@TaylorsGift.org saying: I painted my nails #TaylorBlue to support organ donation – u can too! @TaylorsGift @OPIProducts www.TaylorsGift.org
  3. GO support Taylor’s Gift by registering to be an organ donor, contributing to their Mission and ordering the exclusive Taylor Blue for others!

It’s a beautiful blue with OPI’s wonderful signature creme formula…AND it’s for a great cause!

OPI Taylor's Gift Limited Edition Exclusive

This holiday season, give a gift that gives back: OPI’s exclusive “Taylor Blue” nail lacquer is the perfect gift for women of all ages. It also makes a great stocking stuffer or gift for philanthropic-minded friends. All proceeds go to financially help those touched by organ donation, and at just $10 a bottle, this nail polish can make a life-changing difference! Go to www.TaylorsGift.org/taylorblue to order.

I’m a registered organ donor, are you?

Disclosure: Products in this post were provided by Taylor’s Gift Foundation. All opinions are my own. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.

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  1. Doria says:

    Beautiful story and beautiful color <3

  2. Sara says:

    Great cause and gorgeous color. I lost my mother after a car accident 4 months ago and she was an organ donor. I’ve received letters from some of the recipients whose lives she saved. I’ll be adding this special color to my collection for sure.

  3. This is wonderful….a gorgeous polish and a phenomenal cause!

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  5. Lou says:

    Great cause and a lovely colour. Your swatches are once again stunning

  6. Danny says:

    Wow, this blue is adorable!!

  7. Lisa at Cosmetic Sanctuary says:

    This is absolutely beautiful! What an amazing cause as well!

  8. Shipra says:

    What a lovely blue and cause! <3

  9. Keri says:

    I will definitely pick this up. My grandpa received a liver transplant that gave us an extra 15 years with him.

  10. Raina says:

    i love creams and teal-ish colors — this one is very nice!

  11. Kelly R says:

    Oh dear. This is gorgeous! Your swatches are stunning as usual!

  12. Such a great cause and stunning colour! Wish it was available in Australia! Thanks for sharing. x

  13. Jay says:

    I wish that rather than being an opt in thing, that organ donation was an opt out. I think if this was the case, there would be a much higher percentage as a lot of people are just too lazy to fill the form out. This is such a great cause and I will definitely look out for this in the shops.

  14. Deborah says:

    A gorgeous shade. Too bad this probably won’t be available for international customers, as I’d love to support the cause with polish.

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