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StrangeBeautiful Launches A Rainbow Inspired Polish Set (Sans Shade Names)

May 10, 2012 by Jenn Rice
shefinds | beauty

We can’t take our eyes off this new Super Chroma Polish Set ($85), a 10 piece rainbow-inspired collection from StrangeBeautiful. And now for the #weirdscience factoids: The collection was actually inspired by Professor Albert H. Munsell, who created a rational way to describe color using decimal notation instead of color names. He felt shade names were “foolish” and “misleading” and based them on three color dimensions: chroma, hue and brightness. We’re in total agreement that this collection is both strange and beautiful.

For more summer polish news, check out Dior’s Limited Edition Summer polishes, Nails Inc. Sprinkle Polishes and Chanel’s Limited Edition Summer polishes now.

 

 

 

 

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