Look what I found in my March/April issue of VietSALON Magazine — lì xì! To help celebrate Tết in the Year of the Dragon, Hand and Nail Harmony has come out with a limited edition Gelish gel polish color called Spicy Fortune. It’s a shade of red similar to the red color found on traditional li xi money envelopes and is the perfect shade to help you attract the good fortune already coming your way.
You’ll find one of four different variations of li xi money envelopes in the March/April issue and you’ll also find a little gift within the envelopes — just as good as money!
Thảo Nguyễn, educator for Hand & Nail Harmony, helped create Spicy Fortune especially for the Vietnamese New Year. Thao has also been active in the nail industry, attending beauty shows and helping attendees with proper use of products and techniques in both English and Vietnamese. “I became an educator because I want to be able to help our Vietnamese technician community. I want nail techs to work smarter and earn a better living rather than work harder,” she says. “I'd like to deliver their message to the manufacturer about what they want to see and to help make the working environment safer and friendlier for our techs.”
Thao also helped create the delicious colors in Gelish’s new Spring 2012 gel-polish collection, Candy Land. These glossy colors from left to right are: You’re So Sweet You’re Giving Me A Toothache (pink), You’re Such a Sweet-Tart (lime), Sugar N’ Spice & Everything Nice (magenta), Sugar Daddy (blue), Orange Cream Dream, and Don’t Be Such a Sourpuss (yellow).
For more information on any of these products, visit www.nailharmony.com