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The new Nars vintage nail polish collection

October 6th, 2010
Nars release vintage nail polish collection
Possibly the most eclectic product launch we’ve seen for ages comes our way courtesy of the Nars Autumn and Winter collection and just when we thought we’d seen it all they bring us five new vintage shades as a tribute to some of their favourite films.
The new collection will probably keep us quite busy while we waste our winter nights curling up on the couch watching DVD’s. The five new shades are MASH* (army green), King Kong (copper brown), Midnight Express (navy), Zulu (forest green) and a rather delicious Full Metal Jacket (gunmetal grey).
Obviously we at L’Onglex don’t claim to be highbrow film buffs or bar room psychologists we have to say we are a little concerned that Nars’ favourite films seem to involve ill equipped hospitals, kidnap, drug running, murder and sociopaths in the midst of a war it is at least nice to see one beauty launch that doesn’t involve  Cheryl Cole or SITC … L’Onglex is impressed.

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Possibly the most eclectic product launch we’ve seen for ages comes our way courtesy of the Nars Autumn and Winter collection and just when we thought we’d seen it all they bring us five new vintage shades as a tribute to some of their favourite films.

The new collection will probably keep us quite busy while we waste our winter nights curling up on the couch watching DVD’s. The five new shades are MASH* (army green), King Kong (copper brown), Midnight Express (navy), Zulu (forest green) and a rather delicious Full Metal Jacket (gunmetal grey).

Obviously we at L’Onglex don’t claim to be highbrow film buffs or bar room psychologists but we feel it our duty  to mention we are concerned that Nars’ favourite films seem to involve ill equipped hospitals, kidnap, drug running, murder and sociopaths in a warzone …. on the other hand, it’s  nice to see at least one beauty launch that doesn’t involve  Cheryl Cole or SITC … L’Onglex is impressed !



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