April 20, 2010
A green alternative to traditional polish remover, Wilaverde by Bodipure contains no acetone or ethyl acetate.
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.
Nubar’s Sparkles Collection of polish comes in eight glittery shades.
Rainbow of Hope is a color display of 20 China Glaze nail lacquers selected to coincide with the “awareness colors” used to represent the different forms of cancer.
April 5, 2010
While it's fun to experiment with color, be careful with bright nails, says Glamour magazine. "These neon shades don't go with frilly dresses," editors say.
April 1, 2010
The Wet Paint Nail Glaze System offers flexibility and individuality by letting techs create custom polish colors by layering base colors and topcoat glazes together.
March 8, 2010
Zoya’s new Reverie collection of polish for spring has six new, dreamy metallic shades.
Superstar Nail Lacquers offer great color, fast dry times, and a wide variety of shades to choose from.
Pixi’s environmentally friendly nail polish collection is formaldehyde, toluene, and DBP-free, and comes in over 30 shades.
Popping with optimistic brights and sweet pastels, China Glaze’s Up and Away Spring Collection provides seamless and even coverage in a rich crème formulation.
March 8, 2010
According to Allure magazine, "new lacquers in colors such as mint and robin's-egg blue look tempting on short nails." Clients and nail techs have an array of new pastel colors to choose from.
March 5, 2010
Orly’s Foil FX Collection of polish puts a unique texturized foil effect on nails.
Dazzle Dry has a new four-shade line of glitter colors called Jewels Effects.
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