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In celebration of Bio Sculpture Canada’s 25th Anniversary, the Pride of Nature collection was inspired by the majestic beauty of Canada, ranging from Lake Louise to the Golden fall carpet of the Boreal forest.
These shades are absolutely beautiful and truly represents Canada coast-to-coast. Take a look at the swatches and let me know in the comments what is your favourite shade from the collection!
290 Island Clay
A red-brown clay blend with a golden undertone inspired by the rusty hues of Prince Edward Island
291 Golden Fall
A fashionable mustard with shades of brown, black and red to mimic the winter coat of Canada’s boreal forests.
A shimmering, dark and iridescent colour with a black setting to enhance the blue-green shades inspired by mystical Labradorite stone.
293 Lake Louise
A calm turquoise, reflecting gentle hues of blues and greens that carry peacefulness and tranquility associated with these shades.
294 Oyster Shell
A distinctive warm grey that stands out with a khaki undertone.
A soft peachy white colour that brings winter shades together. This classic neutral is inspired by Bay of Fundy seafoam.
297 Sakura Blossoms
Drawing inspiration from sakura blossoms, a light pink with hints of white and red to lighten up a cold winter’s day.
Bio Sculpture GEMINI Nourishing Nail Polishes are $20.50 each, available online at Iris Body and Beauty or at the nearest salon providing Bio Sculpture products and services (find your nearest location here).
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What are your thoughts on Bio Sculpture GEMINI Pride of Nature collection? Would you wear any of these shades?