Holiday party season is here! We tried out an easy and festive look by Sally Hansen Nail Expert Melissa Forrest that can take your daytime look up a notch in no time.
Nothing makes the ladies in the office happier than a new nail polish collection to try out.*
*Except for sweets.
We took a group test drive with Essie’s winter 2013 collection just in time for holiday parties. Each polish is $9.99 and available in salons and retailers now. Find out what our editors thought of the lacquers – and whether they’re gift-worthy.
Review by: Jenny Potter
With a shop full of bright, glittery polishes and super cute nail decals, Krystyn and Maddy Scrbic are the queens of trendy, eco-friendly nail art.
The Toronto sisters started selling their hand-mixed nail polishes on their Etsy shop, Beyond the Nail, earlier this year.
They really set themselves apart by selling premium polishes free of dibutyl phthalate, formaldehyde and toluene — harsh chemicals found in some other polishes.
Guest review by Nicole Feenstra
Make the back to school blues a good thing with bright, nautical nail polishes that keep the happy summer vibrations going well into fall.
I put three blue nail polishes to the test – Ceramic Glaze’s Santorini Blue, Sally Hansen’s Jungle Gem and Rimmel London’s Blue My Mind – to find out which one had the best hue and lasted the longest. All three colours reminded me of tropical waters and summer beach trips, but these three polishes definitely weren’t created equal in terms of performance.
Celebrities attending the Toronto International Film Festival will be walking away with heavier suitcases (and, we’re guessing eyelids), thanks to some serious swag.