Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Red Carpet Manicure: The Dazzling Gems Collection

Oh my! Red Carpet Manicure launches Six New Gel Polishes infused with Precious Gems. Sounds dazzling, doesn't it?! No wonder it is called The "Dazzling Gems" Collection... 

Just in time for all of the awards shows, and available for the first time at retail, the first at home LED gel manicure system will launch polishes produced from real Ruby, Amethyst, Opal, Sapphire, Emerald and Aquamarine stones. "Dazzling Gems" will roll out at ULTA Beauty stores nationwide and will also be sold separately for $ 11.99 each. These gemstones have been certified by the Gemology Appraisal Laboratory and it is the first time Red Carpet has ever made a signature and prestigious gem-infused polish line for retail consumers. Lucky us!
Lady in Red- Ruby Polish
Emmy-rald Winner- Emerald Polish
Trendsetter- Aquamarine Polish
Hollywood Icon- Sapphire Polish
Fashionista- Amethyst Polish
Stealing the Spotlight- Opal Polish

These shades follow the same application process as all other Red Carpet Manicure LED nail gel polishes. 

"We want consumers to have the same access as A-List stars to our specialty nail shades," said Barry Shield, Managing Partner of Red Carpet Manicure. " As nail art becomes more popular, we are thrilled to offer the best on- trend and affordable gel nail color to women who are eager to create dramatic manicures."

This collection was inspired by both the success and popularity of their collection that was only previously available to the nominees, performers and presenters of the 2013 GRAMMY and 2012 American Music Awards.

Keeping up with tradition, this new line will be available for celebrities and influencers in need of VIP beauty treatments for the Academy Awards festivities in February. 

Red Carpet Manicure polishes can be purchased at ULTA Beauty, www.ULTA.com, Fred Meyer, Meijer, Duane Reade, Wegman's, Harmon Drug, www.Drugstore.com and www.Walgreens.com.

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3 comments:

  1. I need find great gel polishes that don't need an led light, I know there are some out there but they are ok but don't really last! :(

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