April 30, 2010
Teen Vogue went through 159,000 reader entries of beauty favorites and names the best of the best. In polish, the winner was OPI , and the mag features OPI Nail Lacquer in Breathe Life.
Teen Vogue's April issue suggests matching bubblegum pink polish with blues of all hues.
Real Simple magazine suggests sophisticated lavender nails of different hues and a polish accelerator for a quick, mess-free dry.
O, The Oprah Magazine, says a good way to get over the winter blues is brightly colored toenails peeking out of a pair of sandals.
Switch from deep red to bright red for the spring, says Allure Magazine. Featured polish color is OPI Nail Lacquer in Big Apple Red.
Featured products on Marie Claire's masthead for April include Orly Nail Lacquer in Cotton Candy.
Marie Claire magazine's beauty director Ying Chu picked Butter London's Jelly Sheer Polish in Shown in Chuffed and Twee as this month's best polish buys.
The runway is being swayed by earthy influences, from florals and leaves to birds and butterflies, and there's some bright new polish to match that.
Essence magazine's Glam Squad member Marcia says, "I'm going for the pretty with flirty curls and sophisticated shades of purple and pink" for the spring.
Elle's April issue features photo shoots with makeup guru and includes nail colors from OPI.
April 20, 2010
BB Couture introduces its men’s line of nail polish. The colors are deeper and earthier to accommodate the male preference.
Lazer’s Nail Art Pens have the versatility of a slim brush for striping as well as a pin tip for making flowers and other fun designs including French manicures.
Color Club’s Royale Debutante offers rebellious shades that go from classic to trendy.
Jessica’s Daydream Collection has six new colors that embody the spirit of optimism in the spring season, with shimmering pastels of pink and orange and a strong green.
OPI’s new Hong Kong Collection has 12 shades inspired by the fashion-forward city of the east.
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