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Jessica’s Cosmetics nail it.

  Thursday 16th February 2012

This season nails have really had their moment, from Wah Nails cute-but-quirky designs to designer inspiration from the likes of Chanel, every fashionista’s and blogger has wanted a piece of this action. Jessica’s Cosmetics was first introduced in 1969 by first lady of nails, Jessica Vartoughian, offering elite services that currently exceed the everyday manicure and pedicure, and this was really noticed by the Hollywood pack.

Jessica’s Cosmetics soon made a huge name for itself amongst the elite of the professional nail care industry. Being the first to recognise that, like our skin and hair, everybody’s nails are different and therefore need to be treated differently and appropriately, and her unique nail care philosophy is used in every product of the vast Jessica Cosmetics line.

For Spring/Summer 2012 Jessica introduces you to her limited edition Hologram Chic Duo. Described as ‘Pushing nail colour boundaries and taking your look to a whole new dimension.’ The Hologram Chic Duo allows you to go beyond reality and will change your whole perception on nail opulence, you won’t believe your eyes the first time you use it, as the simple two-step process works its magic to boast three dimensional colour, a first in this profession.

Each pack contains: Retro-Revival (Hologram base coat) and Disco Diva (Hologram Silver). The entire process is excitingly easy for lazy girls, simply apply a coat of the base coat, after waiting for it to dry, apply the Hologram Silver and voila: nails you really want to shout about. This product really will have on-lookers staring in awe.

Becca Carey

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