Urban Decay: Electric Nail Polish Trio

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

After months of speculation on what Urban Decay's ELECTRIC trademark could be, Urban Decay finally launched a trio of nail polishes called ELECTRIC NAIL COLOR TRIO (SKU: 92096; $14).

Channel your inner super freak with a trio of electric nail hues—all in the amazing formula we launched last fall.

This white-hot set includes two exclusive, never-before-seen shades: Deep End (peacock blue) and Goldmine (glittery gold). The perfect way to complete this foxy threesome? A revamped version of everybody’s favorite shade, Woodstock (neon pink). Our long-wearing, chip-resistant formula has a high-gloss finish that’s tough and durable, yet flexible. Each shade is 3-free—formulated without toluene, formaldehyde or DBP. Each travel-size bottle holds 5 ml of nail polish— enough to get you through the season (but not so much that you get bored of the shades before you’re through with them). Although the bottles are small, we still went luxe with the brush. It’s got 200 strands and applies polish with a smoother finish and amazing control. What You See Is What You Get: Deep End (bright metallic peacock), Goldmine (gold glitter) and Woodstock (neon pink).

Fill Weight: 5 ml / 0.16 fl oz


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