So far, 2012 has been giving us a number of fashion-forward nail trends. With everything from fierce fuchsias to shimmers and pretty pastels, there’s something for everyone. But if you’re looking to stock your makeup drawer with the hottest shades without breaking the bank, make sure you check out Jesse’s Girl Cosmetics High Intensity Nail Colors. With a salon quality formula and just $2.99 each, you’ll get a long lasting manicure that rivals any of the big name brands!
Bright fuchsia shades are sure to make a statement on fingers this season, but don’t let them do the same to your back account. While you could pick up a bottle of Essie Tour de Finance for $8.00, why not get the same effect with the High Intensity Nail Color in Breathless? Not only will this medium fuchsia shimmer give your nails a pop of pink, but the fact that you’re paying a fraction of the price is sure to take your breath away!
Pastel polishes have always given nails a touch of sophistication. Even though the same can be said for an iconic brand like Chanel, the $26.00 price tag on a bottle of the Le Vernis Nail Colour in May is a bit of a splurge. Luckily, the High Intensity Nail Color in JulieG can give you an equally perky shade of coral. With a few coats of this, you’ll have sunshine that will last much longer than the month of May.
When it comes to a manicure in a trendy metallic green, you’ll be sure to turn some heards. With the High Intensity Nail Color in Midori, you’ll be flaunting the perfect spring to summer shade. But when others find out you paid a quarter of the price of a salon brand like Zoya, you’ll be sure to make them green with envy. I love Zoya but brands like Jesse’s Girl, Milani and Wet n Wild are good budget alternatives.
Jesse’s Girl Cosmetics High Intensity Nail Colors are available at Rite Aid and www.jessesgirlcosmetics.com.
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