Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Shades of Gray ~ Nail Trend for Winter 2010

Rumor has it gray, and all shades of it, will be the "it" shade for nails come winter. We've already seen hints of popularity here and there over the past winter, but it will rise again and in full glory this winter. I for one am ecstatic about this. I adore gray; it's flattering to most anyone and if done well can easily take you from daytime professional to chic night-on-the-towner without any changes. You can also expect to see taupes (shimmers and mattes) thrown in the mix of grays for the season as well. Can't wait to bring you more as time ensues.

Bloom Cosmetics introduced two brand new limited-edition gray shades to their burgeoning polish collection, and they are both stunning to wear.

Agyness - Finish: High Shine Matte
A moody hue for your winter style, paint your nails with Agyness (yes, named for the high fashion model herself), a limited edition splash of matte, industrial, concrete grey.

Alexa - Finish: Intense Shimmer
Indulge in a touch of gothic glamour with limited edition Alexa, a shimmery, gunmetal grey.

With pigments sourced from around the world, a professional two-coat formula and a 330-strand brush, Bloom's nail polish claims to hold its color and shine for days.

Also, if you're following, Bloom just finalized the votes for their You Choose the Nail Polish contest and the winning polishes will be available in October 2009. The winning shades are Pistachio and Neon Purple.

Find Agyness and Alexa for $15 each at Bloom Cosmetics. They are hyper-popular so are prone to sell-out. Contact them by email for notification if they're not there when you want them. More on this trend soon ... x


  1. Graying and black tones do tend to catch up in winter true.

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