Fashion Week Inspired Nails
Kiss and Broadway Nails knows a thing or two about fashion

Kiss Nail Dress 'Chocolates'
New York City Fashion Week has the globe talking about the latest designer duds. Be head to toe glam not just with your clothes, but with every minor detail right down to your nails. Kiss and Broadway Nails recently launched a new collection from Katie Cazorla, owner of LA Salon, The Painted Nail. There are six new nail dresses which are V-Day perfect. What's so great about Kiss Nails is that they are fun, funky, and super easy to use. For those who don't want to shell out big bucks on fancy manicures, this is a simple solution at just $6.99 per box. You can put the nail stickers on in just minutes (even the clumsy can do it) and they are just as easy to remove. Not to mention, they last up to a week, which is perfect for Fashion Week. 

Speaking of which, Gina Edwards of Kiss Products, Inc. was the lead manicurist for the Fall 2013 WHIT collection at New York Fashion Week this week. To match the collection, which was inspired by romanticism in the early 1970s, Edwards used Kiss Nail Dress in Teddy, which added a playful edge to the collection and fit the overall mood of the clothes. Edwards noted, “Kiss Nail Dress brings an ease to the flow backstage, with no drying time and no mess. The models are in and out of the chair with a perfect manicure in minutes!”

Additionally, Cheryl Burke was recently announced as the new brand ambassador for imPRESS Press-On Manicure by Broadway Nails. The dancing queen partnered with Kiss Products to design her own signature series whcih will hit stores in April 2013. “My nails must always look flawless. Finally with imPRESS, I can customize my manicure to match my frequent costume changes, then dash to a red carpet event with a different manicure in minutes, hassle free!” says Cheryl Burke. 

You can dance in them, walk the runway in them, and lounge around with these great nail polish alternatives, so why not try them out and give your wallet, and manicurist, a little break. 

 


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