How Much Does OPI’s 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' Collection Cost? Get Your Credit Card Ready

In case you haven't heard yet, OPI is releasing a nail polish collection inspired by Alice Through The Looking Glass , and it's totally going to be your next beauty obsession. The playful limited edition line is actually the brand's second venture with the Alice In Wonderland franchise, and If OPI's first Disney collaboration is any indication, you know this follow-up line is going to be epic. We already know when the collection is dropping, so there is just one question left to ask. How much does OPI's Alice Through The The Looking Glass collection cost? You'll be happy to know that the whimsical lacquer line won't break the bank.

Disney has a unique talent for making animated characters feel totally real with out-of-this-world cinematic art, costumes, and makeup, but Alice Through The Looking Glass is possibly even more visually stimulating than all past Disney films combined. This is exactly the reason why it translates into nail polish so well —can't you just picture the Mad Hatter's color-filled ensemble in lacquer form?!

The nine-piece collection ranges from pretty pastels like "I'm Gown For Anything!," a pale lavender, and bright hues like "Mad For Madness Sake," an electric fuchsia, to glittery shades like the gold "A Mirror Escape." Luckily, they're pretty affordable too. Each bottle costs just $10, apart from the special edition bonus color, "What Time Isn't It?," a matte black with silver shreds, which costs $14.95.

Dying to snatch these up for yourselves? The line drops on May 1st in salons as well as at Beauty Brands, beautybrands.com, Chatters, Dillard’s, Regis, ULTA and ulta.com.

This is my personal favorite shade. It's the perfect baby pink to say that spring has officially sprung.

If you're feeling a bit more daring, this glitzy shade is for you. It combines a matte black color with just the right amount of glitter.

I'm a huge sucker for periwinkle blue, and this one makes a major statement.

May 1st can't come soon enough!

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