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With nail art taking over the runways and designer collabos happening left and right, there's no denying the power of polish. And now, Minx enters the game by teaming up with celebrity nail stylists Lisa Logan (who has decked out digits for A-listers like Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Madonna), and Marian Newman, who has 60 British Vogue covers under her belt (and has worked with the likes of Kate Moss, Lady Gaga, and Victoria Beckham). Both manicure mavens have created eight pop art patterns that take ready-to-wear nail art to a whole new level, and, as an added bonus, both collections also include designs that can be layered over a metallic base—like Logan's transparent Eclipse, or Newman's Hot or Cool Degrade fades that have a really distinct Trapper-Keepers-from-the-'90s feel. Here's to even more ways to rock some knockout nail art this spring.
Visit Minx for more information on Minx Professional for Lisa Logan and Minx Professional for Marian Newman.
Minx Golden Scales and Eclipse images by Chayo Mata.
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