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Cosmoprof Sneak Peek – Art Club Glam

By on July 18, 2010
in Cosmoprof, Uncategorized with 22 Comments

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Coming soon from Color Club/Art Club are these nail decals, called Glam, that are along the lines of Minx but way cooler.  The designs are on a clear background so you can apply them over polish and have the color show through. 

According to the rep I spoke with, you simply apply them and add a top coat.  They last until you take them off with remover.  The plaid and metallic animals prints have me intrigued.  I’m normally not a nail art girl but this looks easy enough that even a klutz like me could do it.

What do you think? Is this something you would try, I’ll update you with launch info as soon as I have it. 

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  1. nailsss says:

    These are a must try! Cool idea.

  2. kalamari says:

    I definitely want to try them!!! Looking forward to a review.

  3. Crystal says:

    WOAH! The clear base! So that your polish will show through. That is an Excellent modification to the Chic Prints or Minx full-coverage. I love this idea. My bosses are at Cosmoprof, I just told them to check it out.
    Keep the updates coming. (I feel as excited as one of those apple nerds listening to Steve Jobs giving his Keynote speech.)

  4. jenn says:

    I would so use it!

  5. romeyd says:

    I love it! Can’t wait to try them, I work right next to a cosmoprof ;)

  6. Zara says:

    I would definitely try these! I love that you can put them over polish.

  7. Oh my goodness! I know I’m excited :) Hope they won’t be super duper expensive…

  8. flm says:

    Oooh, I’m intrigued!

    Do you know what kind of decals they are? Water slide decals? Adhesives?

  9. Kimberly says:

    Hell, yea, I’ll try these! How cool is that!! I hope Sally’s gets them in.

  10. Amanda says:

    I think it’s pretty safe for me to say that I HATE nail art. BUT – I think the leopard and plaid could look really cute on short nails! I’d totally go for it.

  11. starlight says:

    Gosh, I am already crazy about ArtClub nail art and ColorClub polishes! I was wondering what those people over at Forsythe were up to! This is totally different from what I would expect,but nice anyway!

  12. Caralinda says:

    These sound great!!! Would love to know more!! :-)

  13. Chynna says:

    I would try these. It seems eaier than a Konad – I’ll wait for reviews to find out.

  14. Carolina Motta says:

    Hi!
    That’s the first time I enter in your blog!
    I’m from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and here we don’t have this variety of polish. I’m really jealousy about it… kkk
    Love your blog…

  15. Macca says:

    Looks veeeeeeeery interesting. Since I’m surely a worst kluzt than you are I’m overjoyed because I think I could manage those. And the apply-over-polish really got me intrigued!
    Well done darling…as always!!

  16. k.d. says:

    Can’t wait for the launch info.

  17. k.d. says:

    Looking forward to more information.

  18. Andrea says:

    These look amazing. I can’t wait to see them up close!

  19. kelsey s. says:

    omg i can’t wait for these!!! i probably wouldn’t do my all of my nails with the design, just like the ring finger or something for a little pop, but i love that they’re on a clear background!

  20. Penny says:

    Arrrgh I want these! I’ve been eyeing them here for so long. I wish they would release some info.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      I received samples of them right before I left for NYC and haven’t had a chance to really test them out. The one I tried to put on tore easily and was kind of thick.

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