I’m thrilled beyond reason! Why? Because Barbra from ILNP creates amazing collections and here we go with yet another set to add to your lacquer shelves. The ILNP 2015 Winter Collection ranges from a delicate pale golden sparkler to an in-your-face crimson showstopper. They are all available now! Here we go 🙂
I’ll start with Cozy Mittens. I was taking a photo in my well-lit office, then the sun came beaming through the window and showed me a whole new shine to this mani. So I have two photos of this one for you. Cozy Mittens will warm up your coldest winter day.
Juliette is another pale beauty. But don’t let her tender pink fool you. It’s loaded with sparkle!
Home Sweet Home is a lovely pale lavender, loaded with holographic goodness.
My Private Rainbow (X). Paint a thin coat over any shade (I chose a dark blue) to rainbow it up!
Sweater Weather will give you a warm fuzzy feeling. It’s gorgeous!
Ski Lodge is a breathtaking pine green, on the mossy side with tons of shine. Wear this one when you hit the slopes! Just don’t blind anyone. 😉
Showtime is indescribable! It’s juicy and sparkly and well, sort of like dessert!
Get your 2015 ILNP Winter Collection here, shop the whole set ($70) or individually ($10ea)!
Here are a few fabulous facts for your shopping pleasure.
What is your vegan/cruelty free policy?
ILNP absolutely does not test our products on animals nor do we purchase materials from suppliers that do. We make a conscious effort to avoid purchasing animal/insect derived materials like carmine and guanine/pearl, etc. as there are plenty of synthetic alternatives that perform the same or even better.
Are your nail polishes 3-Free?
Yes! All ILNP nail polishes are 3 free! They DO NOT contain Toluene, Formaldehyde, or Dibutyl Phthalate.
What does 3-Free mean?
3-Free means that our nail polishes do not contain Toluene, Formaldehyde, or Dibutyl Phthalate. These 3 ingredients were previously used in most nail polish formulations until recent studies found them to be potentially harmful or irritable to humans. While these chemicals aren’t illegal to use in nail polish (although California law requires special labeling if used), most large brands have already moved to 3-Free formulas at the urge of educated consumers as well as organizations that campaign for safe cosmetics.”
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