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Native Polish, New Orleans-inspired, vegan nail polish, introduces Summer 2016 line

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Native Polish LLC – New Orleans’ own line of 5 free, vegan, cruelty free nail polish – introduced its summer collection today as locals gear up for three months of outrageous heat. Shades include: Linen NightsSpicy or Mild?Snoball Fix and base/topcoat First Line, Second Line.   
 
Post Jazz Fest, you’d be hard pressed to find anyone in jeans. You’re more likely to see flowy dresses, caftans, lightweight shorts and a range of sandals. Linen Nights was designed to be the airy, light accent we’re all looking for this time of the year to keep cool while still taking advantage of all our beloved city has to offer in the summer months. Whether heading out to stroll the art galleries during White Linen Night, sip and dine during Tales of the Cocktail or host your neighbors for an evening porch cocktail or July Fourth BBQ, this luminous white will leave you feeling cool, calm and relaxed – what we’re all striving for in the summer, right?
Spicy or Mild? – a simply gorgeous, vibrant rose gold hue – was developed in collaboration with female local artist Artemis Antippas who showcases her notable fried chicken glitter paintings at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art Gift Shop. As all natives are all too familiar, New Orleans is a city who loves to fest, eat, celebrate then eat again. Fried chicken is often at the center of it all – whether Popeye’s at someone’s backyard picnic table or a more exotic, elegant approach like Emeril’s chicken & waffles. Spicy or Mild? will quickly become the most popular color of the season, coming with a token of Artemis’ collection in a limited edition glittered drumstick burlap bag. 
 
When the heat becomes almost unbearable around 3:00 p.m., locals will hop from stand to stand looking for their Snoball Fix. Itty bitties might go for bubblegum or rainbow, Native girls may alternate between ice Cream, coffee and nectar and then of course there’s the adults-only approach when it’s almost 5:00. But regardless of color or flavor, snoballs are guaranteed to give you the afternoon pick-me-up you’re vying for, and Snoball Fix is the lively shade of hot pink that NOLA gals will want to sport as they run the streets and hopefully sneak in an afternoon dip.
 
Lastly, Native fans who are used to using a base/top coat have been begging for a Native style since the brand launched in Fall 2015. First Line, Second Line is the clear primer women can now use for their Native manis and pedis to further promote the staying power women have fallen in love with. Like all Native Polish products, First Line, Second Line is 5 free, vegan and cruelty free.
  
Linen Nights, Snoball Fix and First Line, Second Line will retail for $11 and come ready to gift for yourself or others in an adorable burlap bag. Spicy or Mild?, which will come in a limited-edition burlap bag specially designed by Artemis Antippas, will retail for $13.
 
Find the new Limited Edition colors exclusively at Native Polish retailers listed on the Company’s Facebook Page.
Last modified on Tuesday, 14 June 2016
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