A quality nail polish company that provides salon-quality lacquers at affordable prices (Around $8-10 dollars, available at fine retailers nationwide) teamed up with Justin Bieber to release a collection of 14 colors titled “The One Less Lonely Girl Collection” in support of the non-profit organization, Pencils of Promise or PoP.

Six of the fourteen colors from the collection

The colorful collection is helping Justin raise both funds and awareness for Pencils of Promise. Proceeds do a number of things to support education such as the building of schools, providing supplies to less fortunate students and international efforts to increase opportunities for education.

The fourteen colors in the collection are creatively named, and many of them remind me of a color scheme only Justin would choose, with deep purples and bright teal hues. According to the official Nicole by OPI website, the fourteen colors in the collection are named as follows: Not a Gold Bigger, I’ve Got Bieber Fever, Make U Smile, Red-y to Runaway Love, I’m a Belieber, One Time Lime, Prized Possession Purple. “Baby” Blue, My Lifesaver, Step 2 the Beat of my ♥, OMB!, Me + Blue, Give Me the First Dance, One Less Lonely Glitter.

Want in on the collecting? Nicole by OPI claims to be avalible in the United States at: Wal-Mart, Target, Ulta Salons and Stores, Sears, Meijer, Shopko, H-E-B-, and Face Values.

Those in Canada can begin their search at Shopper’s Drug Mart, Jean Coutu, Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore and Wal-Mart.

Internationally: Austrailia– Terry White Chemist. Hong Kong: Sasa. Singapore: Watson’s and Lac Bar.


2 Responses to Bieber’s charity collaboration with a nail polish company

  1. noon says:

    No one can not love justin beiber he is ADORABLE and cute and GOOD LOOKING. WE LOVE HIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!P.S. he is the most HANDSOMEST BOY EVERRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!
    Love him ALOT.

  2. noon says:

    Have u ever cried because u LOVE Justin Beiber well I did before.

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