Six Bright, Happy Nail Colors from Venique

By posted by Joyce Alverio | 04/19/2013 11:00:00 AM

 

Anything bright goes this season! Shiny or matte, bright nail colors have always been a fun way to show what was hiding under winter’s mittens, but 2013 is making brights chic for special occasion, too. Prada, Missoni and Dior were just some of the designers pairing bright hues with sophisticated fashions on the spring/summer catwalks. Venique’s Sweet Little Addictions will keep your clients right in style no matter what they have on their calendars!

CANDY LAND

Six happy colors make up the Sweet Little Addictions line:

• Give a Girl a Heartbreaker, teal that’s not just your average granny apple!

• Sugar Hi-Heeled, a blue that will sugar-coat your clients’ blues.

• Kara-Melt Chews, some soothing purple to melt cares away.

• Sugar on Hi-Platforms, perfect for giving toes a bubble gum “sugar high.”

• Orange Strap Wedges, a wedge of orange sunlight to brighten even a drizzly day.

• I’m a Sucker for Wedges for clients who can’t resist a deep, playful hot pink.

GIVE CLIENTS A TASTE

Make Sweet Little Addictions a focal point in the salon or at your station! Create your own display by surrounding the nail colors with colorful candy, and bring more attention by adding shoe styles in bright-shade wedges and heels.

SWEET LOOKS

Venique’s intricate, fun, candy inspired display showcases the Sweet Little Addictions colors at their prettiest. Be on the lookout in social media for some creative nail art designs this spring. You’ll love introducing these inspirations to clients! Like Venique on Facebook for lots of colorful ideas, contests and quizzes.

click image to zoom"Rainbow shades brighten your client's image from hair to eyes to lips--to nails! Candy is fun, yummy and colorful, and spring is the season of color. Wake up your nail palette with a splash of neon! -- Benice Diep, Venique educator

 

 

See all of the prom, bridal and other special-occasion business-building tips and ideas presented by CosmoProf and Armstrong McCall in April 2013 MODERN SALON.

 

 

 

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