Posted on Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
Get ready for those end-of-the-summer concerts with this Punk French look. We called on nail art guru Miss Pop to create a step-by-step mani tutorial that will leave you ready to rock!
At Least I Pink So
Something About Spring
Quick Dry Top Coat
Tape (painter’s tape works well because it is less adhesive)
Nail Art Brush
Posted on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014
You asked for it! After over 5,000 Facebook likes and your requests, here is a tutorial for the amazing Neon Gradient mani from The Obsessed!
• Quick Dry Top Coat
• That's Putting it Mild
• Lay it on the Lime
• makeup sponge
• small brush or cotton swabs
• lacquer remover
Posted on Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
We teamed up with editorial nail artist Miss Pop and our friends at ModCloth to create and style this super fun summer mani. Click here to see the full tutorial + some adorable accessories to complete your look!
Posted on Thursday, June 26th, 2014
Summer is only here 3 months out of the year, so we take any chance we get to rock bright colors and breezy fabric! This nail art look brings two of our favorite summer styles together: bright coral and eyelet fabric. Follow the step-by-step guide below to recreate the look.
Base Coat (We love our 3-in-1!)
The Coral of the Story
Posted on Monday, April 21st, 2014
In honor of Earth Day, we are giving props to Mother Nature's beauty the best way we know how: NAIL ART! Hope this round up of nature-made manis will inspire you to help make the world a more beautiful place.
Image source: Pinterest, Chelsea Queen
Posted on Monday, March 24th, 2014
From Pantone naming Radiant Orchid the Color of the Year, to Oprah dedicating her spring makeup awards to this captivating hue, it’s clear that purple is having a major moment. We are thrilled that our creamy violet hue “Oh That’s Just Grape” caught Oprah’s eye! She awarded the lacquer “Most Captivating Shade” in her 2014 Spring Makeup O-wards, featured in the April issue of O Magazine. So, we’re celebrating with fresh blooms and macarons, in our O-ward winning shade, of course!