China Glaze has plenty of surprises up its sleeve and the label is preparing to let the first surprise out by releasing a preview of the upcoming collection created through a collaboration with Lionsgate and inspired by The Hunger Games. Check out the upcoming collection and pick your new season favorites!
The new season is full off surprises when it comes to the beauty
products and because pretty polished nails have become a definite
must have, cosmetic label China Glaze has teamed up with
studio powerhouse Lionsgate to create a gorgeous nail polish
collection inspired by The Hunger Games.
Titled 'Colors From The Capitol', the China Glaze Hunger Games nail polish collection features amazing colors that are directly inspired by the sci-fi novel, making it a perfect choice for women who want to add a more mysterious allure to their nails. The collection is definitely something else, featuring gorgeous hues in both matte and shimmery hues that will make the delice of your nails this spring 2012 season.
The collection is still in the works but a preview of the
collection that will launch on March 1, 2012, has already been
released to the media. China Glaze, which is known for their
innovative lacquers containing China Clay as a nail hardener and
formulas that are DBP, Toulene and added Formaldehyde free, said
about the upcoming nail polish collection that:
“In keeping with the powerful themes and messages of the story, the collection of nail polish will be inspired exclusively by one of the book’s distinct settings- the Capitol of the nation of Panem. Awash in lavish fashion, food, and entertainment, Capitol citizens enjoy extreme cosmetics and body modifications, bold wigs, and outlandish costumes.”
The China Glaze 'Colors From The Capitol' - Hunger Games Nail Polish Collection will feature the following long lasting nail color hues:
Luxe and Lush
Hook and Line
Smoke and Ashes
Dress Me Up
The Hunger Games will be released on March 23rd, so pick your favorite shades and be in sync with your fav book or movie.
Photo courtesy of China Glaze