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Essie Is Taking Magnetic Polish To A Whole New Texture Level (Think Reptile Skin)

November 28, 2012 by Jenn Rice
shefinds | beauty

Essie has finally decided to join the magnetic polish revolution, and will be debuting their very own version in December: the Essie Repstyle Collection ($11.25/bottle), which resembles reptile skin when dried. The line will come in six scaly shades (pictured above). Although, they’re a bit behind on the trend, we’re pretty stoked to to rock the faux reptile skin look this winter. Better late than never! Stay tuned for an official launch date.

[Fashionista via Racked]

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