March 8, 2010
Self's March issue highlights OPI's new Alice in Wonderland-themed nail colors, out in time for Tim Burton's movie.
March 5, 2010
Orly’s Foil FX Collection of polish puts a unique texturized foil effect on nails.
March 5, 2010
Jan Arnold, CND's trend expert, tells Redbook Magazine the new nail shape to have is a rounded oval on short- to medium-length nails, which results in a more feminine look.
Redbook Magazine says mint "gives all your fashion and beauty basics a refreshing twist."
Elle's 'It List" for the spring include cool pastels, glitzy metallics and ombré neon. The list includes colors from Essie's The Art of Spring collection, in Pop Art Pink and Lilacism, which "give pastels a new cool."
Debroah Lippman used a hot melon shade on the nails of a Zac Posen model, while a white base coat under yellow polish brings out the fluorescence on a Rag & Bone model, as reported in Elle's March issue.
March 1, 2010
According to InStyle, a mixture of warm gray, cappuccino brown, and mauve create "the newest neutral for nails," with undertones that are flattering on all skin tones.
March 1, 2010
Nail artists compete in a challenge to win a trip to New York City Fall Fashion Week.
Designers bring splashes of sunshine to the runway for spring 2010.
February 23, 2010
Marie Claire says "the prettiest spring pedicures come out in the buff."
Sixty-seven percent say yes to neon nails, according to Glamour magazine.
February 22, 2010
Elle Magazine, Polish edition, features Color Club's Sexy Siren polish in its beauty section.
February 10, 2010
According to Allure beauty editors, Orly Foil FX Nail Lacquer in Rage is an attention-grabbing polish that will get wearers noticed.
Don't like matte polish? According to Woman's Day, Orly's Metal Chic Collection is a good alternative.
Matte polish is still hot, according to the February issue of Glamour. Be prepared by testing out the matte French mani and stocking up on matte topcoats.
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