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There's Another Royal Baby Nail Polish

July 24, 2013 by Katelyn Holland
shefinds | beauty

Nails INC. has a serious cause of royal baby fever. They just released a gorgeous pastel blue nail polish to help celebrate the birth of the Cambridge baby boy. The limited edition nail polish will be packaged in a royal themed gift bag (fancy, eh?). But this isn’t the only royal baby nail polish out there. Butter LONDON also released a limited edition shade for the royal baby-to-be, called Pitter Patter. Essie put out a Baby Duo kit, too. Unfortunately, the Nails Inc. and Essie polishes are only available in the UK. Bring them over the pond, please!

Are you obsessed with the royal baby or totally over it? Let us know!

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