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Must-Have Nail Care: La Fresh Eco-Beauty Nail Polish Remover Pads

Have you ever had a bottle of nail polish remover spill in your bag or had to remove your nail polish while being on-the-go? Let's face it, although we need nail polish remover, carrying around those bottles is not convenient, and potentially dangerous to your handbags. Don't fret for there is a great solution: La Fresh Eco-Beauty Nail Polish Remover Pads.

La Fresh Eco-Beauty Nail Polish Remover Pads are a godsend when you need to change your polish. One nail polish remover pad is fast and effective, as it can single handedly remove the color from all 10 nails giving you the opportunity to instantly repolish your nails. Aloe, Glycerin and Vitamin E moisturize your nails while natural Rosemary and Horsetail Extract strengths them. This acetone-free formula also boasts a fresh Tuscan orange scent and because it is a pad, La Fresh is perfectly portable, a must-have for anyone on-the-go.

A box of 42 packets retails for $19.99, 20 packets retails for $10.99, and a box of 10 packets retails for $5.99.

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Get Spooky w/ Gelish MINI This Halloween

You know what's always spooky? The feeling that someone is watching you. So why not take that spooky feeling and make it into a cool Halloween mani. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to achieve the Spooky Eyes Manicure from Gelish MINI. This do-it-yourself, at-home gel manicure adds a touch of uniqueness to an already in-season nail color. It’s easy to do for even the shakiest of hands and will last into November.

To achieve the Spooky Eyes look, all you’ll need is Gelish MINI Basix Kit, the Gelish MINI in Black Shadow and Sheek White ($14.95 each), a Dotting/Painting Brush Pen, and of course, a Gelish MINI Pro: 45 LED Light ($74.95) for curing.

All products are available at select Sally Beauty Supply salons and on

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Let's Get Wicked | Julep's Halloween Nail Art Contest

Calling all lovers of nail art. Julep is having a wonderful contest just in time for Halloween. Julep wants to see your spookiest, Halloween-inspired nail designs. In the spirit of the holiday, they've even put together an exclusive Halloween nail art tutorial to get your started.

Throughout the contest, Julep will be sharing their favorite nail art designs via social media, so don't forget to tag them with your most eerie or ghostly manicure.

We can't wait to see how creative you guys get this Halloween.

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GIVEAWAY: Win a pair of Happy Hands, The Original UV Nail Gloves

as promised, it is time for our Happy Hands, the original UV Nail Gloves. You may remember we highlighted this awesome protective product last month, NEW PRODUCT ALERT: Happy Hands, The Original UV Nail Gloves, and today we are happy to give your shellac and gel nails loving ladies the chance to own a pair on us. That's right, four of you will win a pair for yourself

Happy Hands, The Original UV Nail Gloves are 100% Cotton and boasts UV ray inhibitor coated fabric that blocks 98% of UV rays and features ruffled fingerless tips for easy removal. These gloves also adhere to ASTM International Standards, FTC Guidelines and US Testing Regulations, which means you don't have to give up your beloved gel manicures. It's great to use at home or at your salon. Nail techs, your clients will love you more for the helping to protect their skin and clients, nail tech will love the introduction to this new item. We love ours and we know you'll love this too. Want the chance to win? Enter via the rafflecopter entry form below:

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Nails Get Spooky This Halloween w/ Kiss Nails & Broadway Nails

While you're thinking of what costume you'll be wearing this Halloween, have you thought about what your nails will be wearing? Luckily, Kiss Products and Broadway Nails makes it easy to achieve a spooky manicure this Halloween. With their limited edition, supernatural-themed, salon-perfect manicures, the imPRESS Press-On Nails by Broadway Nails, Kiss Nail Dress and Kiss Nail Tattoos will have your nails flawlessly eerie this Halloween.


Customize your DIY nail art mani with spooky ghosts and goblins with the four designs: Sassy Gem (shown above), Temptress (shown above), Vixen, and Killer Cutie, from the Halloween Kiss Nail Dress Collection, by either applying the entire nail wraps directly to your nails or cutting them into different shapes and sizes to create tips or create frightful and fun airbrush-effect designs with the Halloween Kiss Nail Tattoos Collection in Lady Bug (shown above). Both items are available at Kmart, CVS, and Walgreens, and retails for only $2.99 each.


Want the perfect, paranormal salon manicure with no drying time or mess? Grab a pack of any of the six Halloween themed imPRESS Press-On Nails by Broadway Nails: Kiss Me Cupid (shown above), Treasure Island (shown above), Dazzle Me, Pucker Up, Hollywood Satin, and Sweet Pea. Just peel off and press on. Grab these mythical press-on nails at Kmart, CVS, and Walgreens for $5.00 each.

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INNI Nails for Breast Cancer Awareness

INNI Nails, an innovative new beauty brand that allows you to achieve unique, salon quality nail art in less than 5 minutes for less than $10.00, and allows nail art lovers everywhere to design their own nail wraps, has designed five exclusive charity nail wraps that promote breast cancer awareness through the signature pink ribbon motif.

When you donate $5.00 or more to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through, you will receive the INNI Breast Cancer Awareness nail wrap design of your choice. Show your support, while rocking some cool nail art that helps to raise awareness and help fund the prevention and cure of breast cancer. INNI Nail wraps are made from extremely durable and flexible vinyl that lasts up to 14 days, they don't peel or chip even in water or hot temperatures, comes in a set of 30 pieces with 13 different sizes for both hands, and also includes a compact nail file and instructions on how to apply.

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NYFW Runway Mani Report - Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer at Betsey Johnson SS15

Leave it to Betsey Johnson to defy the nude nail polish trend for spring and go for multidimensional shimmer and a bold statement nail for her spring 2015 show during New York Fashion Week.

For Betsey Johnson's S/S 2015 runway show, Danielle Candido, lead manicurist for Morgan Taylor, created a multidimensional blue and silver-hued, crystal- embellished bridal manicure that only Betsey Johnson could envision. The nail look, as seen above on Camille Grammer, is a layer of Oh Snap It's Silver!, an iridescent silver hue, topped with a coat of sheer cream In The Nude to magnify the silver sparkle underneath. Another layer of Oh Snap It's Silver! was then applied before a layer of  Bronzed & Beautiful, a gold metallic shimmer, was lightly sponged on. On top of the four layers of color, Candido then applied loose foil and pearlescent embellishments to complete the fresh take on bridal nails. As an added surprise, vibrant baby blue Varsity Jacket Blues was applied to the underside of the nail tips, adding a faint tint seen from the top and a pop from the belly of the nail. Toes shimmered in Adorned In Diamonds to match the multidimensional nails.

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NYFW Runway Mani Report - Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer at Angel Sanchez & Zero + Maria Cornejo

Creamy sheers from Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer took center stage at the Angel Sanchez and Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring 2015 collection shows during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. The pale hued nails were brought to life by Morgan Taylor’s lead manicurist, Gina Edwards, highlighting the continuous trend of nude nail colors for the upcoming spring season.

Angel Sanchez, Nails by Gina Edwards

Gina Edwards created a captivating geometric blue nail for Angel Sanchez’s S/S 2015 runway. A custom blended pale aquamarine composed of Morgan Taylor in Varsity Jacket Blues and Make It Last clear top coat was applied as the base and was topped with a cuticle-hugging, asymmetrical swoosh in Morgan Taylor Who-Dini, a gray blue crème, that transitioned to the outside edge of the nail. The look was given a high-shine finish with Morgan Taylor in Need For Speed. The transitional manicure complemented Sanchez’s perfectly juxtaposed collection of soft, feminine fabrics cut in hard lines and geometric shapes.

Zero + Maria Cornejo, Nails by Gina Edwards

It was all about classic nude at Zero + Maria Cornejo’s spring 2015 runway collection. Lead manicurist Gina Edwards kept it clean with two coats of Morgan Taylor in New School Nude, a universal nude hue with pink undertones. The shade was applied to both fingers and toes and coordinated perfectly with the solid palette of Cornejo’s European romance-inspired collection. The look was finished with Morgan Taylor Need For Speed, a fast-drying topcoat.

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NYFW Runway Mani Report - Avon at Dennis Basso SS15

For the Dennis Basso Spring 2015 show, the beauty look called for soft romance and Avon's celebrity Makeup Artist, Jamie Greenberg, was there to answer the call with a neutral color palette to compliment the collection. Manicurists started with Avon Nail Experts Ridge Filling Base Coat, then applied Gel Finish 7-in-1 Nail Enamel in Barely There, then topped with Avon Nail Experts color Shield Top Coat.

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NYFW Runway Mani Report - Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer at Thakoon S/S 2015

For Thakoon's island-inspired spring 2015 collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Morgan Taylor Nail Laqueur's lead manicurist, Gina Edwards brought extra tranquility to the collection with a prismatic manicure with high-gloss shine. Edwards created the glistening nail look by applying one coat of Morgan Taylor in Sugar Fix, a sheer pink shimmer, two coats of Make It Last and one coat of Need For Speed top coats to models’ hands for a high-gloss, dewy finish that perfectly complemented the overall fresh-out-of-the-pool beauty esthetic. For pedicures, she used In The Nude, a sheer beige hue with pink undertones, to complete the look.

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NEW PRODUCT ALERT: Happy Hands, The Original UV Nail Gloves

Love the lasting look of a gel manicure but worried about the side effects oft he lamp? In comes Happy Hands, the original UV Nail Gloves that protects your skin from harmful UV rays while getting pretty shellac or gel manis. Happy Hands has a protective 40+ UPF coating that blocks 98% of UV rays, and it surpasses US testing regulations, FTC guidelines and adhere to ASTM International Standards.

The say that beauty is pain but it doesn't have to be. Ladies, it’s time for us to to be fully informed of the harmful effects of UV rays on our skin, even if we're just getting a manicure. UV rays (both artificial & natural) cause skin damage and premature aging over time. These UV rays are present in nail sun lamps which will do damage to your nail beds, the skin around your nails and your hands. But you don't have to give up your beloved gel manicures, the next time you are getting a gel, acrylic or shellac manicure, slip on a pair of Happy Hands UV nail gloves and keep your hands happy and healthy. A pair of Happy Hands retails for $6.99, and can be purchased on

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NYFW Runway Mani Report - Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer at Herve Leger S/S 2015

To compliment the intense and vivacious Herve Leger spring 2015 collection, Morgan Taylor's lead manicurist, Gina Edwards created a chic, crisp antique white nail. The understated nail color was the perfect accessory to Leger's vivid, silver-studded signature bandage dresses with graphic cutouts. Edwards used one coat of milky white Morgan Taylor in Heaven Sent and a layer of In The Nude, a sheer beige with pink undertones on fingers and toes. The result was a feminine, understated mani/pedi that complemented the dramatic Japanese Warrior-inspired collection.Will you go this understated this spring?

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