The highly anticipated nail collection created exclusively by Peter Philips will launch on September 8th at Fashion’s Night Out events across the country and on chanel.com.
Meet Me At Sunset
Super Bossa Nova
Too Too Hot
This polish is originally from the Bring on The Bling collection of 2007. I’m usually not into orange polishes but this burnt orange creme color looks so good on! An oldie but goody ;)
Well, not really varnish…more like Texture of the Week. Lace nails are one of the nail trends this year and I love love love it. Getting it done was as simple as a little lace, scissors, a toothpick and some top coat!
The flash is kind of making the color darker but the name is exactly what it looks like…Berry. This rich dark magenta polish is perfect for fall when you want a deeper pink.
Smokin’ Hot is a super shiny dark grey-purplish creme. It really reminds me of smoke. For those who love the dark nail look this is it!
There’s been alot of hype around this polish and it’s expected to be as popular as last year’s Jade. This light blue color applies sheer at first so three coats are needed. Available exclusively on Chanel.com and Chanel boutiques. I j’adore this color!
You know gold is my favorite color so this naturally caught my eye! Models Own – Gold Rush is exclusive to Frost of London for £83,000 ($130,000USD) with 1,118 diamonds in the top. There’s also Gold Rush ready to wear that will be available for £5 ($7USD) mid-December at www.modelsownit.com
Deborah Lippmann Boom Boom Pow
OPI Sand in My Suit
For my birthday I wanted to do sparkly nails so Deborah Lippmann was the only way to go…no one does glitter polish like her and Boom Boom Pow (Holiday ’10) is her latest creation. Since the base of the polish is a sheer gold I decided to use Sand in My Suit (OPI South Beach collection) as the first coat.
Ya’ll know I’m excited about these!
“American Apparel has added 12 new shades of nail lacquer inspired by elements of both Angeleno and global culture. Echo Park, a new shade of concrete grey, and MacArthur Park, a muted mossy yellow, both reference neighborhoods where the company first opened stores and where many of its employees live. Others, like Trench Coat and Army Jacket, are nods to iconic garments and their evocative, eponymous tones.”
Cocoa, Mannequin, Army Jacket, Port, MacArthur Park, Echo Park, African Violet, Make Up, Trench Coat, Raccoon, Rouge, Cameo Blue