Orly Elsa Nail Polish

Elsa Frozen is undoubtedly one of the most beloved Disney characters in recent years: for this reason Orly, famous American company of nail products, has dedicated an entire collection of nail!

Elsa, also known as the Snow Queen of Arendelle, is a fictional character in the animated film Frozen – The kingdom of ice, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. E ‘was created by director Chris Buck, and his character is loosely based on the homonymous Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale.


The Orly Frozen line encloses the well 12 shades, glitter, pearlescent or full color: the names of various enamels are shooting moments and characteristics of the cartoon, for a dream result, which definitely like girls.


Here are the details of all enamels Frozen collection of Orly dedicated to the Queen of Arendelle, the beautiful Elsa!

– Free Spirit, viola intenso;
– Kristoff He Goes, verde pavone;
– A Happy…Puddle, blu elettrico;

– Ice-Solated, pastel blue;
– Coronation Ball, lilac shimmer;
– Frozen, dark blue pearl;

– Watch Out, Or Elsa!, Iridescent raspberry;
– Winter Blush, candy pink;
– Snow Queen, White;

– In Summer, pastel yellow;
– Olaf You A Lot, mauve;
– Warm Hugs, red strawberry.

We note that the packaging is slightly different from that of the classic Orly enamels, because this collection falls into line Orly Color Blust that we invite you to discover if you still do not know her! Enamels Color Blust contain 11 ml of product, feature the famous cap Gripper-Cap and characterized by the formula 3-free, which makes the glazes free of Formaldehyde, DBP andToluene.


The glazes of Orly Frozen line will be for sale in stores and online at smaltiorly.it starting probably from April to May 2015. For now been presented internationally and can only be purchased in the USA. The selling price in euros is not yet known but will definitely be aligned with that of the enamels Orly Color Blust.

If you love Orly take a look also to the spring collection Sugar High that is already on sale!

What do you think of these glazes inspired by the cartoon’s favorite year? You too are fans of Frozen?