Starting January 2012, OPI GelColor will be available to salons nationwide. Unlike gel and polish hybrids, OPI’s formula is 100% gel, which lasts for a minimum of two to three weeks while maintaining its luster. GelColor comes in familiar OPI bottles with brushes comparable to traditional nail lacquer and is LED UV-cured for 30 seconds per coat. Application takes four minutes per set of hands or feet (not including normal nail prep) and can be easily removed in 15 minutes with individual fingertip soak-off sleeves — without nail or cuticle damage, says the company. It will be available in 28 classic OPI shades including fan favorites such as I’m Not Really a Waitress (shown).