Nail Polish Spring 2012

March 26, 2012 by staff 

Nail Polish Spring 2012, Cult Nails is inviting you to get your nails ‘nekkid’ with the their latest spring 2012 nail polish collection. Inspired by ndes, skin as well as the skin tones of close family members, Cult Nails designer created a cool 5-piece collection in the prettiest shades.

Give your nails a glam-over with the spring season’s hottest cools and neutrals featured in Cult Nails Let’s Get Nekkid nail polish collection. Cult Nails has gotten us used to high quality glam lacquers that make heads turn every time, so no wonder this season is no different from the others as ndes and cools are definitely super popular shades this spring 2012 season. The colors included into the collection have the power to instantly complete your fashionable spring ensembles, so browse through the collection and pick the shades that will underline your personality.

The collection features five fabulous shades that are meant to give an elegant yet laid-back vibe to your manicure, so prepare to be dazzled by the following opaque cremes that have been spiked up with soft gold shimmer pigments to have the power to create universally flattering nail colors. The collection includes:

Mazo – sheer light tan with gold shimmer
Baker – light beige-tan with gold shimmer
Toxic Seaweed – limited edition green with sparkle flakes
Tulum – lovely shimmery milk chocolate
Swanbourne – deep chocolate brown with gold shimmer
Cult Nails designer has been inspired for this collection by her skin tone as well as the skin tones of her closest family members, with the color nde in the back of her mind and the result is perfect for a true fashionista. Perfect ndes and cools that give a certain glamor effect due to the sparkle infusion, so give the collection and try and experience the beautifying power of perfectly polished nails.

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