October 12, 2015
Just in time for Halloween, KB Shimmer introduces Be Scareful, a white cream and jelly nail polish with dots, shreds, and circle glitters in orange and black.
Exo Supply’s Pure Remover is an organic nail polish remover made with plant-based ingredients and essential oils.
La Vaque’s Thumb Palette and Mini Spatula is a great tool for mixing custom colors.
Step outside the boundaries with CND Vinylux Contradictions collection.
Body oils from Epicuren nourish and refresh the skin.
Hit the trail with blazing new shades from Gelish’s new fall 2015Urban Cowgirl collection.
This October, Morgan Taylor reminds you to Fight Like a Lady with a new quartet of mini lacquers including Sweet Surrender, Sweetest Thing, Lip Service, and Prettier in Pink.
Keep clients’ feet warm while leaving toes exposed with Pedi-Sox.
Miracle Oil from Earthly Body is a blend of 100% natural and essential oils featuring tea tree oil and hemp seed oil.
The company wants to highlight awareness by releasing a Breast Cancer Awareness kit stocked with an exclusive Mariposa Nail Lacquer in Pink Ribbon, Mariposa Eyeshadow in Pink Ribbon, pink ribbon decals, and pink nail art glitter.
The Geluv Pink Power Go 3 kit from Alfalfa Nail Supply was released with Breast Cancer Awareness in mind.
Curl for the cure with a pink and padded version of Tweezerman’s top-selling classic lash curler.
The Support the Cure Collection from Nubar features three-free polishes including Foundation Base Coat, Pink Cami, Je t’aime, and Diamont Seal and Shine Top Coat.
During October, Tammy Taylor Nails will donate $1 for every sale of its most popular acrylic nail powder.
October 2, 2015
Gentle Touch moisturizing hand mousse was formulated with innovative, high-quality ingredients to rejuvenate the hands of both men and women.
Nail Art From Project Runway Season 1414 photos
Nails to Glam Up Your Little Black Dress13 photos
Poshé (pronounced POSH-AY) was established in 1994, and American International Industries acquired the brand in 2011.
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