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’Tis the season for crawfish and festing!
 
French Quarter Fest coincided perfectly with the launch of the Native Polish 2017 Spring/Summer collection. We danced our pretty feet away to Aaron Neville and Erica Falls, sipping on Abita Strawberry with family, friends, locals and visitors to our beautiful city. 
 
Lauren Dunaway, a local dietician, recently commented, “Y’all know I’m always looking for safe, natural products and y’all know I love a good nail polish. A few weeks ago, I found out about Native Polish, a company right here in New Orleans that has 7 free, vegan and gorgeous polishes! It keeps me from worrying about what I bring in my home and put on my hands, because my hands are usually loving on little ones.” 
Native Polish is vegan, cruelty free and 7 free, which means polishes do not contain seven harmful chemicals: formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, camphor, dibutyl phthalate (DBP), xylenes and parabens.
 
“We are beyond excited to share this line with fellow locals and those visiting the Crescent City as we enter our magical happy place (cue April - August). The concept for Native was developed as we sat together at Congo Square in 2015, and we simply cannot wait to see these shades on so many hands and feet during Fest 2017 and throughout the summer,” commented Native founders, Allison and Julie Hoffman. 
 
The shades: 
 
Backyard Berl: A rich cranberry pink with red undertones, representing both the top trending color this season and the tiny little mudbugs we all crave this time of year.
 
Gulf Oyster: Native’s mainstay shade that’s been carried over each season due to its popularity, the putty, versatile neutral is a go-to for New Orleans women, just like oysters on our favorite menus.
 
Crescent Crush: We are literally crushing on this whimsical blend of pink and purple to perfectly capture the pure joy we have this time of year in Nola … pass us a Pimm’s Cup please. 
 
Fais Do Do: Cajun dance parties ALL - SEASON - LONG. See you at the fest with this bright melon hue, shoeless on a colorful blanket, Native girls in toe. 
 
Seersuckered: This peaceful, yet energetic blue compliments any Southerner’s wardrobe for lazy mornings in Audubon Park, a Magazine Street stroll, sandy afternoons along the Gulf Coast and evenings sippin’ and socializing. 
 
504: The magic of New Orleans - our streets, art, architecture and most of all, people, captured into one tiny bottle of joy. 
 
First Line, Second Line: 2 in 1 clear primer to further promote the staying power women have fallen in love with. 
 
Polishes retail for $11.00 and come ready to gift in a small burlap sack. To order, see a list of retailers and view more pictures, visit www.nativenailpolish.com, Facebook, and Instagram.  
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They asked, we listened. Native Polish LLC – New Orleans’ own line of 5 free, vegan, cruelty free nail polish – introduced its new “Mini Native” line today to cater to the tinier NOLA Native girls and fulfill the overwhelming number of requests received over the past year from local moms. Parents and young girls alike will be thrilled that Mini Native is “7 free,” which means polishes do not contain seven harmful chemicals: formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, camphor, dibutyl phthalate (DBP), xylenes and parabens. Like all Native Polish, Mini Native is also vegan, cruelty free and long lasting.
 
The collection includes four lively shades for girls to evoke their local passion: Beignet BabeRoman CandyMini Ya-Ya, and Audubon Afternoons.
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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?
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Native Polish LLC has introduced its six-shade spring lineup as locals gear up for bunny events, fest season, and the only time of year where picnics sound enticing. Shades include: Ladies Who Lunch, Happy Fest, Tchoup Tchoup, The Fly, Makin’ Groceries, and Gulf Oyster.
 
Long lunches is a “NOLA thing”; anyone who’s a local knows that. And that doesn’t just mean Galatoire’s on a Friday afternoon, although we love that, too! This is the time of year where women make that extra effort to get out of the office on a sunny day or meet up with a friend before carpool. The Native Girls will be looking for every opportunity to flaunt Ladies Who Lunch at places like St. James Cheese Company, Blue Line, and 1000 Figs.
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With Mardi Gras finished, you might have thought that the holidays were officially over for New Orleans, but you can’t forget about that sneaky little lover’s day coming up this Sunday! If you’re looking for something to give to your loved one on that special day (or on any day for that matter), we’re featuring a few of our favorite local products over the next two weeks!
Published in NOLA Living
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