March 8, 2010
Superstar Nail Lacquers offer great color, fast dry times, and a wide variety of shades to choose from.
CHI introduces its new Ceramic Clothing Iron that heats up extra fast to lessen ironing time.
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 5, 2010
Orly’s Foil FX Collection of polish puts a unique texturized foil effect on nails.
Get dolled up with ArtClub’s Technicolor Doll polish collection. The collection is ideal for making highly-styled nail art.
Dazzle Dry has a new four-shade line of glitter colors called Jewels Effects.
Give nails a jolt with Jessica’s Mega Watt Style polish. The unique bottles attract the client’s eye, and the bright color and high-gloss top coat seal them in for nail-shockage.
February 24, 2010
China Glaze's The Wizard of Ooh Ahz Polish Collection includes colors like Ruby Pumps, Good Witch, C-C-Courage, Dorothy Who?, Cowardly Lyin’, and The Ten Man.
To coordinate with the release of Tim Burton’s new film adaptation of Alice In Wonderland, OPI has released a four-polish line inspired by the story.
Jessica’s Red Alert Collection is the perfect kit to have for any nail polish emergency.
February 18, 2010
Color Club’s Dark Romance Collection features three sultry matte shades as well as a matte top coat.
Nubar’s new Prisms Collection is inspired by the colors of light when shone through a prism.
The Safari Airbrush 300+ Series Nail Airbrush Kit makes controlling both the air and paint a snap.
February 12, 2010
Whether it’s the dazzle of Super Nova Glitter Tips or the polka-heart pattern of Designer French Tips, your clients will fall in love with Shooting Star’s Sweetheart Collection.
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