Essie Gel Couture Holiday 2017

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essie gel couture holiday 2017

essie gel couture holiday 2017

Deck the halls and light the lights! Being merry and bright is so much more fun when you’re draped in jewels, so why not adorn yourself in something festive this holiday season? Introducing the essie gel couture holiday 2017 collection; three bejeweled new shades that put magnificent jewels at your fingertips.

Inspired by the artistic genius of the legendary jewelers of Paris, these gorgeous new shades invite you to stroll down the rue de la ruby and pick a holiday gift shimmering with high-carat splendor. Searching for a shade to fit every occasion? Look no further! From a classic fiery red for a chic statement to a lustrous bronze that takes any look to couture heights, the essie gel couture holiday 2017 collection adds a gemmy touch of elegance any way you accessorize this festive time of year.

The new gel couture holiday and full essie gel couture range provide instant gel-like shine in an easy 2-step system.

  • Step 1: Apply two coats of lust-worthy color for perfect coverage.
  • Step 2: Seal it with the exclusively formulated platinum grade finish top coat for impeccable, luxurious wear.

It’s time to turn up the shine with the essie gel couture holiday collection

this holiday, treat yourself to the precious gemstones crafted in the city of couture. as you walk down rue de la ruby in Paris you will find the finest couture jewelers in the world. amongst the shimmering displays and beautiful jewels, it will be hard not to fall in love. as you try on each piece, get lost in the magical amethyst noir and you will never leave empty handed. this season only my gold gilding will do.

essie gel couture holiday 2017 collection will retail at $11.50 per bottle and will be available starting October 2017 at , fine salons and beauty destinations nationwide.

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Comments: 1

  1. Abraham Ali says:

    All shades are very Beautiful but I love the queen and hype more. Thanks for sharing these attractive shades. Also, the two-steps you share with us are very useful.

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