Heels of Glitz
Can’t afford a $1,400 pair of Rene Caovilla bejeweled, ankle-wrap platforms this spring?
Sate your need for haute fashions with Venique Heels of Glitz spring 2013 collection.
Made to mix-andmatch and deliver gorgeous nail art in a snap, the collection contains three matching duos of glitter and frost: Hurray Huarachie (blue), Slingback Fun (pink) and Shop Allure (purple).
With nail art at the zenith of its popularity, use your imagination to make your work unique.
Dressing their feet in luxe designer shoes may not be on your clients’ dance card—or shopping list—this spring, but that doesn’t mean they don’t intend to celebrate this season in style.
Swapping big luxuries for much more petite buys, consumers are turning to nail polish and services to express their sense of style.
Picture: RENE CAOVILLA, SPRING 2013
Paint Her Pretty
In 2012, nail services grew a whopping 24%.
With the only salon category showing double-digit growth since 2009, nail services are the queen bees in terms of rising popularity!
Citing that they’re truly affordable luxuries, Kline market research group has identified gel manicures and nail art as the top leaders of this booming category.
The keys for dramatic growth of nail services in your salon:
Stay up-to-date by offering long-lasting, soak-off gel manicures and ever-changing nail art on your service menu!
Be The Change
Wear your passion for social change with Hope and Freedom Fest, ORLY’s vivacious spring 2013 nail lacquer collection.
Ranging from Melodious Utopia (pale yellow with pink shimmer) to Peaceful Opposition (milky pink with white glitter), the six-piece collection symbolizes social consciousness at its prettiest with hints of glitter and vibrant creams.
Available: March 2013
|FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. Boho Bonnet Elation Generation. Melodious Utopia. Peaceful Opposition. High on Hope. Coachella Dweller|