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Voesh Provides Backstage Hand Treatments at NYFW

Voesh's Collagen Gloves provided pampering, convenient backstage manicures at Prabal Gurung and Philipp Plein's Fall/Winter 2018 runway shows. 

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Nail techs used Voesh's Collagen Gloves to pamper models' hands backstage at the Philipp Plein and Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2018 New York Fashion Week shows. Like a sheet mask for the hands, the waterless manicure gloves moisturize skin without the need for soaking in water, cuticle softener, cuticle oil, massage lotion, or paraffin wax, making them a convenient, professional manicure option. The gloves' perforated tips made it easy for the models to continue to take snapshots and get their nails done while enjoying a relaxing, skin-softening hand treatment.

Courtesy of Voesh.
<p>Courtesy of Voesh.</p>

At the Philipp Plein show, the waterless manicure system meant models were able to wear the Collagen Gloves as manicurist Mei Kawajiri applied glowing LED light accents to their nails, a look that matched Plein's bold and flashy collection. 

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<p>Courtesy of Voesh.</p>

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