Thanks to nail polish brand OPI, moviegoers can get a 007-inspired manicure before taking in the nail biting action in the latest Bond flick. The limited-edition Skyfall collection includes OPI’s first-ever 18-karat gold-leaf top coat — appropriately named “The Man With the Golden Gun” — which retails for $30, and 12 additional lacquers priced at $8.50 each. New Bond Girl Berenice Marlohe actually wears the burgundy “Skyfall” and the glittery “Golden Eye” colors in Skyfall, which hits theaters November 9.
Bond isn’t the only entertainment franchise to inspire a line of nail polish. Click through the gallery to see more colors inspired by movies and TV shows.
Bearing the crest of the Cullen coven, the Nox Twilight polish collection includes shades like the shimmery “Disco Darling,” classic cherry “Red Velvet,” and “Sangria,” described as a “vampy bordeaux.” All 12 colors are still available here.
In 2011, Gleeks scooped up Sephora by OPI’s limited-edition Glee collection, which included shades like “Slushied,” “Sue vs. Shue,” and the Rachel Berry-inspired “Miss Bossy Pants” pink.
NEXT: The Hunger Games
China Glaze’s Colours From The Capitol collection hit stores just in time for the release of the first installment in the Hunger Games movie franchise last March. Looking to track down all 12 colors from the popular District-themed collection? The odds aren’t exactly in your favor, though “Smoke and Ashes,” “Riveting,” and a few other shades are still available here.
NEXT: Dark Shadows
The quartet of colors in this Orly collection were named after the themes in director Tim Burton’s vampire spoof. “Mysterious Curse,” an iridescent purple that symbolizes Angelique Bouchard’s (Eva Green) love/hate relationship with Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp), “Decades of Dysfunction,” named in honor of the quirky Collins family, and the other shades are still available here.
NEXT: The Muppets
OPI’s 2011 holiday collection captured the essence of our favorite Muppet moments in vibrant, glittery shades with names like “Fresh Frog of Bel Air,” “Divine Swine,” and “Rainbow Connection.”
Nail guru Deborah Lippmann launched a two-polish set ($25) for HSN that played on the notion of good vs. evil. The innocent beige “Prelude to a Kiss” and crimson “Dark Side of the Moon” duo is still available at nordstrom.com.