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SNEAK PEEK: JulieG Limited Edition Frosted Gum Drops Collection

For someone like me who has just discovered and experienced the glory of JulieG Nail Polish…this release is something VERY exciting! Jesse’s Girl Cosmetics, manufacturer of JulieG Nail Polish, has given Work / Play / Polish the incredible opportunity of officially announcing the release of the NEW JulieG Limited Edition Frosted Gum Drops Collection.

This is a GORGEOUS collection six GORGEOUS, candy colored, GORGEOUS textured, matte nail polishes……….did I mention they were GORGEOUS!?!? Take a look at this GORGEOUS collection…ok…I’m done with the gorgeous!

Hot Cinnamon: Hot-red with a glitter finish
Sugar Rush: Bright reddish-pink with pops of gold glitter
Tangerine Dream: Citrus orange with specs of sparkle
Rock Candy: Teal infused with silver glitter
Blueberry Fizz: Berry blue mixed with shiny silver glitter
Crushed Candy: Purple with silver sparkle
I must admit…I am most excited about Rock Candy and Blueberry Fizz! The colors look absolutely (I won’t say the word you think I’ll say) AMAZING! Textured polishes are all the rage right now, so I am thrilled that my new favorite nail polish brand has jumped on the bandwagon! These polishes will be available this Spring at Rite Aid nationwide AND the Jesse’s Girl website…and no fear…they ship internationally! The best part about these polishes…they’re only $3.99! So what am I gonna do? I’m probably gonna get them all!!!
 
What do you think about these nail polishes?
What are your thoughts about this whole textured trend?

20 Responses to “SNEAK PEEK: JulieG Limited Edition Frosted Gum Drops Collection”

  1. Ahh, I can’t stand how amazing these look! I need them all too, especially Rock Candy! This is also really making me crave gum drops, I haven’t eaten those since I was a kid!

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  2. Holy moly your nails actually look like sugared gumdrops! I think the textured trend is very interesting because it means people are actually thinking about how something feels, whereas previously the differences in color are just how something.. looks different? I don’t know how to articulate this but.. I just feel like the beauty industry is just broadening its horizons to include all six senses being stimulated!

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    • Wow….I really like your outlook! You certainly think outside of the box and you make a fabulous point!

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