April 18, 2016
Put a little sparkle into spring with the new Sweet & Sour UV/LED Glitter Gels from Light Elegance.
Paraben- and sulfate-free with an alluring, all-natural fragrance, this gentle resurfacing mask can be used daily for a refreshed, rejuvenated complexion.
Fresh coconut and zesty lime combine for a tropical-inspired line of products designed to refresh and relax.
Fast-absorbing and non-greasy, the cuticle oil mends brittle nails and tames unruly cuticles.
The newest addition to the Sea Salt Moisturizing Exfoliant line from Cuccio Naturalé is white limetta and aloe vera.
When black lashes are too intense and simple brown is too plain, the Chocolate Lash collection from Ardell is the perfect answer.
Bodipure has incorporated the well-known healing properties and distinctive aroma of eucalyptus into a soothing and rejuvenating five-step pedicure experience.
The top selling tunnel lamp from Americanails is now available in LED.
Whale Spa and Valentino Beauty Pure have teamed up to offer single-use sugar cube scrubs ideal for manicures and pedicures.
For eye-catching sparkling glitz, Mia Secret introduces a nail art powder collection of six glittery and bright shades.
Pure Remover from Exo is an organic nail polish remover created from plant-based ingredients and essential oils that condition the nails while removing polish.
The matching nail lacquer and gel-polish set is available in more than four dozen colors.
Named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things for 2015, Footnanny’s Foot Creams contain power ingredients that are combined to condition and moisturize feet and soothe the soul with its infused aromatherapy.
Each of two available styles comes in three different shapes to accommodate various nail beds.
Cuticle nippers from Germaniküre’s professional line are available in three jaw shapes: standard, triangular, and extra pointed.
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