Walk on the right path of style with the Essie Madison Ave-Hue spring 2013 nail polish collection and take a peek at the new offerings.
The spring 2013 season will be filled with interesting launches
nail polish wise. For Essie, the Sleek Stick
spring 2013 nail wrap collection is simply a warm-up for
the warm months ahead. A new limited edition collection from the
label proves that inspiration can truly strike in the most unusual
places. The theme of the new collection? Madison Avenue or, more
precisely, Madison Ave-Hue. Hey, stranger things have happened.
Some of the most famous regions of the world have inspired the six new tones which can help you start your new season experiments with a fun yet classy twist. It seems that the pastel – spring connection won't be left into oblivion any time soon as such tones are seen as the perfect transition tones which provide the perfect soft touch the seasonal changes are usually associated with. Still, bolder tones are also included for those who love a certain degree of intensity irrespective of the season. We'll let it to label to introduce you to the allure of the new collection in its own unique manner:
Madison Ave-Hue – Chic Upper East Side pink steps out in style, turning any ensemble into a million dollar baby. Cha-ching.
Hip-Anema – Sashay down a sandy runway in poppy-bright red orange and show’em who’s the bossa. Work that beach.
Go Ginza - soft cherry blossom invites you into a floating world of quiet luxury and exquisite beauty. Domo arigato.
Bond With Whomever – London’s calling. Pick it up in posh lilac and click with the culture clique – here, there and everywhere.
Avenue Maintain – Fashionably adroit, lovely Parisian blue channels the je ne sais quoi allure of the capital of chic.
Maximillian Strasse Her – Bavarian style savvy rules this regal boulevard. In cool grey green, you’re promenade queen, no tiara required.
These fabulous new tones will be hitting the market only starting with the 1st of March. This is when you'll be able to find them at essie.com or at nail salons. The retail price will be $8 per bottle as usual.
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