September 15, 2008
InStyle is smitten with Tweezerman's Fashion files in their own carrying cases.
Within the fall fashion spectacular issue, there are a few pages to devote to beauty tools, and Rubis Tweezers makes the cut.
The beauty press has gone ga-ga for OPI's France Collection.
Redbook likes OPI's France Collection and says You Don't Know Jacques is "the perfect go-with gray.
TeenVogue is encouraging purchases that benefit breast cancer during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Shape is all over metallics for eyes and nails and recommends Orly's silvery shimmery Dazzle.
Allure tackles the sometimes murky waters of "green products."
In a short column titled "5 Little Products With Big Payoffs," Nailtiques Nail Protein Formula 2 makes the short list.
Elle quotes CND and shows off jewel-toned colors.
Self magazine says, "Let your personality show through your manicure" and recommends three rich fall colors.
September 11, 2008
CND's Team Creative has brought a whole new level to respect for nails in the world of high fashion. Catch the full story, including a video and podcast behind the scenes of the work of your fellow nail professionals. You'll feel so proud!
September 4, 2008
Better Homes & Gardens showed the summer season polishes and mentioned a few favorite professional brands.
Glamour recommends fast dry top coats as a base coat.
Marie Claire Names CND "Sexiest" Polish
September 2, 2008
CosmoGirl likes OPI's brown You Don't Know Jacques from the French Collection for its "Artistic Merit" article, which likens Pantone's hottest colors for fall 2008 with cosmetics colors.
At Long Last: An Intro to Longer-Lasting Polish7 photos
Nail Products in Pantone’s Color of the Year34 photos
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