Blueprint of a First Year

Fall in Nail Love

by NAILS Magazine | September 14, 2012

I’ve been a horrible blogger and I can’t apologize enough. Feels like I’ve been going 100 mph since our online deal with You Swoop. Things have finally started to calm down. Might be a result of the fall season inching upon us.

I have a love-hate relationship with fall. I hate it because it means my favorite season is just about over, and the season I loathe the most is right at our doorstep. But I love fall because the nail color collections are always gorgeous!

About a month ago, I picked up my box of OPI Germany from Cosmoprof and just then the FedEx guy stalked in with a beautiful brown box full of Zoya colors. Nikki, Lyvonne, and I were bursting with excitement, and we have the pictures to prove it. The poor FedEx guy couldn’t get away from us fast enough. We grabbed the box and ripped it open -- so many colors and not enough fingers. The dollhouse looks gorgeous with all the new colors.

I’m in love with OPI’s “Don’t Talk Bach to Me” and “Berlin There Done That." Our guests who have decided to embrace fall are going head over heels for OPI’s “Nein Nein Nein Okay Fine” and Essie’s “Miss Fancy Pants.”

And, we feel like the coolest kids on the block since we rounded out our color assortment with Vegan-friendly Zoya colors. The people at Zoya were so helpful. They recommended their most popular colors, which our guests really like. All in all, I am a happy camper.

We also had a little fall outing. We were invited to Water Tower Place -- a popular shopping center in downtown Chicago -- to share Fall Fashion Fingertip trends. We took it one step further and offered visitors mini-manis in Zoya, OPI, and Essie colors from the Fall 2012 collections.

I guess I’m sort of falling for fall.

What’s next? One more deal with Bloomspot. It’s an online deal company that features high-end offerings. I’m flattered. We’re just Posh’aah, and so glad that others have grown to like us.

—Makeda, Posh'aah Nail Spa, Chicago
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