Gelish brings us Royal Temptations for Spring 2018

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Gelish debuted their Spring 2018 collection in the February issue of Nails Magazine, and I’m as excited as ever to see the ads. Actually, I probably get more excited when the spring collection is released because I’m ready for some bright cheerful colors after a long winter.  And this year Gelish certainly gives us something to look forward to!

The collection is called Royal Temptations, and the color names call to mind famous royal figures in 18th century France: “Beauty Marks the Spot” reminds us that in the 18th century royal court, beauty marks were all the rage to the point that false ones were applied to certain places on one’s face, depending on the message you wanted to convey to the beholder… remember Madame Du Barry, King Louis XV’s infamous mistress? And what queen’s wig could be more famous than Marie Antoinette’s, who loved all things fashionable and sumptuous? Yep, Gelish nailed it with the names for these polishes!

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I think clients are going to love these. The seafoam green/blue color seems to have been really popular the last couple years, and shows no signs of fading popularity, so Ruffle Those Feathers will probably be a hit.  The traditionalists will love Curls & Pearls and Beauty Marks the Spot. And, if you’re like me you’re always looking for a pretty lilac (light purples seem to be a rarity for Gelish thus far)… and All the Queen’s Bling seems like it will fit the bill!

Which color are you looking forward to wearing? Leave a comment below!

2 thoughts on “Gelish brings us Royal Temptations for Spring 2018

  1. Purchased and tried “all the queens bling”. I wondered if you have experienced any fading with it? It turned a bit
    wimpy. It had been more vibrant.

    1. Hi Kristin,
      I wore All the Queen’s Bling last week with no issues. I used Gelish Matte Top It Off on top. It hasn’t been particularly sunny where I live, though. Maybe it would wear differently in the summertime?

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