China Glaze: Eye Candy 3-D Glitter

Friday, September 23, 2011

A couple of months ago (already?) Cosmoprof held their annual trade show in Las Vegas. Unfortunately I did not attend and thus I missed out on a good deal of upcoming launches from OPI, China Glaze, ORLY, Essie and so many other companies. I did find a few blogs from those who DID attend and one particular collection caught my eye as it was one I hadn't heard (or reported) before.

Eye Candy 3-D Glitter

Image from The PolishAholic

Image from The Polish Galore via The Beauty Scoop.

Obviously the polish collection stems from Marilyn Monroe's movie Gentlemen Prefer Blondes which has been one of my favorite movies.

Blonde Bombshell
Love Marilyn
Material Girl
Marry A Millionaire
Some Like It Haute
Lorelei's Tiara
This collection is set to be released in NOVEMBER (2011) but I haven't seen anything officially at any of my distributors for pre-sell, yet. I'll have to ask around and see when it'll become available for pre-sell.

Retail: $5.99
Pro: $3.50

I highly, HIGHLY recommend visiting Polish Galor's reports (part 1, part 2) from the Cosmoprof Trade Show. I saw the pictures and absolutely practically kicked myself for not going! There's always the July 22 - 24, 2012 show in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Mandalay Bay! ;)

FTC Disclaimer: Not affiliated with nor compensated by any company mentioned in this blog entry. Information obtained from Polish Galore, The PolishAholic and Nail Mall.


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