January 29, 2014
The six chic and new colors are biting, deep shades that will make your clients want to throw on a pair of spiked stilettos and a well-worn leather jacket and head to a concert.
Capture the spirit and spread New Year’s cheer to the mani/pedi with Duri Cosmetics’ beautiful shimmering hues for winter.
The limited-edition six-piece set has the appeal of the winter season but adds a contemporary edge to create cool high-shine chrome pastels with a crinkled metal look.
Go no further this winter than the Light Elegance Winter 2014 Glitter Gel collection to give your clients sparkle and ignite the long nights.
LCN makes it easier than ever to create stiletto nails with its Extreme Stiletto Kit.
Misa introduces three brilliant blue-themed polishes for winter.
Artistic’s What Kind Of A Woman Are You? Winter Collection is inspired by bright, reflective fabrics that incorporate a deep, rich jewel-toned theme.
With this easy-to-use striping product, you’ll be able to create colorful designs of all kinds for your clients in a snap.
The #48 double-sided flat pusher from Antoine De Paris features both a beveled edge and a contoured edge.
Mani Q Color Glitter Gel Kit by Young Nails includes swipe, protein bond, Mani Q base and top coat, plastic mixing jars, and much more.
Essie added two new colors to its luxeffects collection: Jazzy Jubilant and Sparkle On.
La Palm Spa Products presents the new Jojoba Pedi Scrub that exfoliates and conditions the skin.
Gel X by Erica’s ATA is a dual-cutting bit made for removing glitter and foil, and changing gel-polish colors on acrylic nails.
NailSpa by Alessandro International is an intensive nail care serum for all nail types that pampers skin, protects against cracked cuticles, and makes nails more resilient.
AnGel Artist Gel is a new formula of gel featuring high color saturation and viscosity created specifically for hand painting nail art.
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