There are five unique colors in this collection created by a 12-year old girl. Yep, that's right!!! This kid is on to something..punchy shimmery nail color for summer. You can play up your nails with these showoff shades:
Annalicious – A fiery red orange with gold shimmer reflects.
I Got Distracted -- Black jelly polish with holographic and green glitter.
Deal With It – A vibrant lime green with golden sheen.
Spontaneous – A dark, deep and dusty purple creme with purple glitter.
Untamed -- Bubblegum pink sheer polish with subtle multi-colored specks of brilliance.
Purchase all five lacquers online at CultNails.com during the presale that starts today (July 11th) until July 17th for $40. If you miss it, each will be sold individually beginning July 18th for $10.
Cult Nails is cruelty-free, 'Big 4 Free' (no Toluene, Formaldehyde, Camphor or Dibutyl) and ships worldwide (well, almost). Plus, these pretty polishes are vegan friendly and they come in recyclable packaging.
Read details about the collection's creation:
Cult Nails is a family business and when Maria sits down to create polish colors, it’s not uncommon for her daughters to have a seat and start creating their own polishes as well. They typically create a polish or two that they want to immediately wear, but Coco became a diehard in the home lab and would create polish after polish like a mad scientist!
If you have nails and you are near Coco, your hands will most likely be polished to perfection. The easily distracted Coco knows no boundaries when it comes to nails and polish. You will just have to deal with it as she paints your nails. We had this Spontaneous 12 year old pick her top 5 favorite creations and we are releasing them as her collection! Since she created the colors, we thought it was only fitting that she also name the colors. So Coco and her marketing team (Her BFF Anna) set aside about 30 minutes and began the hard work to name this collection.
When Maria asked Coco what inspired the colors, she gave her a look that said it all. The colors themselves were the inspiration.