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2 years ago5,000+ Views
Chanel To Launch Long-Wear Le Vernis Nail Polish Collection

You'll never walk foot into a nail salon again.

Okay, well maybe that's a stretch, but you won't need to. Every woman loves Chanel. I mean c'mon, let's keep it real -- but if you don't have the coins to afford a Chanel bag, you can definitely afford some nail polish. There's nothing like a fresh set of nails, but keeping up with your nails and making sure they are in tip top shape adds up.
Several nail polish brands have created their own gel based nail polish line for the woman who doesn't have the coins, but still wants to look good. It didn't take Chanel long to get the memo.
This March, the fashion brand will be officially launching their long wear nail polishes and allow me to drool over all of the colors. The new collection will consist of 15 new shades including one top coat and they are guaranteed to keep your nails on fleek for exactly one week. Chanel ambassador and celebrity manicurist, Ashlie Johnson said:
"I love that the new formula not only lasts longer, but that it actually helps to repair the condition of your natural nails, my nails feel more protected and conditioned when wearing it; the thicker formula is more durable and super shiny."
If that's not enough proof for you, you'll have to wait and see for yourself. In the meantime, keep scrolling to get a sneak peek of the amazing new colors from the collection.

Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Garconne

Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Marinière

Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Particulière

Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Rouge Noir

Are you looking forward to this collection?

Your nails deserve a little Chanel in their life.
2 comments
I love painting my nails and do them in random designs and stuff, and when I do them, they only lay for about 3-4 days before they start chipping. So I hope this new polish really works
2 years ago·Reply
yes! I know the struggle all too well. I am hoping for the most. Chanel usually never fails :) @EmilyPeacock
2 years ago·Reply
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