Bringing Back the 60s & 70s with Pop Culture Bubbles
We recently launched Pop Culture Bubbles, a collection of six vibrant shades made from a new lacquer formula
that adds a bit our texture to your manicure. What inspired this bubbly surprise? Let us tell you...
The 1960s was a decade of pop culture born out of experimentation. Whether it was the Beatles coming across the pond and
changing the music landscape forever or the Vietnam War sparking outrage and protest among millions of people, sex, love
and rock and roll were some of the ways society coped with their frustrations.
And the way people began to present themselves became tantamount to this freedom of expression. Andy Warhol, Bob
Dylan and Lichtenstein are just a few of the people who changed the art and fashion landscape through their different art forms.
Inspired by bold bauble earrings, round sunnies and turtlenecks, our latest capsule channels the "It Girl" via the likes of Bridget Bardot,
Twiggy and The Supremes. With six new shades to choose from, we give an ode to the 1960s, and encapsulate this overwhelming
era in a relevant way. Because who doesn't want to embody the iconic fashion moments of a Factory Girl with a bubbly manicure?
See below for the new shades...
Hate to Burst your Bubble
Bumpy Road Ahead
Days of Pop