December 17, 2009
A Los Angeles manicurist tells Allure that brick red is this season's solution to brighten up sallow winter skin.
In its December issue, Allure finds beauty products, including Butter London 3 Free lacquers, that are under the radar, but "quietly building cult status."
Elle highlights the new matte OPI Lincoln Park After Dark as a "geek chic" item.
Self magazine's editors tested Barielle's 60 Second Mani-Pedi scrub, which uses sea salt to polish rough cutibles and calluses, to see if it could beat the clock.
December 16, 2009
Instyle helps readers match polish color with generation.
According to Allure, the bestselling polish colors in each city reveal something about its residents.
Allure's editors list Essie nail polish in Midnight Cami among their favorites.
Lucky magazine highlights the Essie Nail Corrector Pen for quick polish mistake cleanups.
Lucky magazine says an unexpected dark green polish is nothing to be afraid of.
Already named a Redbook Most Valuable Product for 2009, CND's Colour Effects also made the magazine's November beauty list.
According to Cosmopolitan, green nails are the bold new trend.
December 15, 2009
American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert tells InStyle that manicures are his necessary extravagance.
Marie Claire reveals that the classic red sole of Louboutin heels were an nail-polish-inspired accident.
Glamour beauty editors decided on sexy and pretty beauty products, letting readers decide which to pick for their nights out.
With "Twilight New Moon" out in theaters and vampire shows and books popping up everywhere, Cosmopolitan gives its readers tips for attaining that sultry vampire look.
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