Now that the Thanksgiving cooking is over and  you haven’t quite barreled down into baking desserts for every Christmas-themed gathering from here until New Year’s, lift up your greasy grimy mitts if you wish you could finally paint your nails and have them last through basting and braising and onto the next party.

(Let’s take a deep breath from that run on sentence.)

Is that a “Me, Me, Me” that I hear?

Personally, I gave up on my nails for awhile, as it looks better to leave nails naked, then to paint them red and chipped.

There is new help on the way. LED Gel nail manicures are the latest solution if you want a manicure to last. (You thought I was going to talk about the confetti manicure that looks like Dippin Dots, right?). The gel polish sets with the help of light. Some salons use UV, but those that use LED are going about it much safer. Even though UV light in that tiny of amount is not a hazard, LED has long been used to repair skin maladies and poses no health threat.  Now, you can create an LED Gel manicure at home.

In summary – no more chips of things like Red, Toasted Cappuci-nail or Sapphire Ice in your brownie batter.

Just in time for all of the fanciest and most important parties, Red Carpet Collection introduces its “2013 Holiday Collection” – A Touch of Bling!

You – dear reader – can win some of your own by visiting the Red Carpet Collection Facebook page and entering in the SWEEPSTAKES.

touchofblingFive Lucky ladies or Five Lucky Guy Gift Givers**** can win:

  • Red Carpet Manicure Pro Kit
  • Three Holiday Duo Packs
  • Red Carpet Manicure Tote Bag

Check out all of the color combos HERE, and then go enter.

***How do you enter?  Visit the Red Carpet Collection FACEBOOK PAGE. Then click “LIKE” and enter your information?***


(**** = Okay, you are Steven Tyler or a even the type of guy who wears a dog collar and a Mohawk, you might actually want the “Black Tie Affair” polish.)


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