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With a month a little more left until everyone’s favorite holiday Halloween, there are more and more collections being revealed in the fashion and beauty industry, which draw inspiration from this remarkable day. China Glaze is one of the brands that has started getting ready for this day, launching a new wonderful nail polish collection, which will also suit all the other days of the fall season. With the latest China Glaze Haunting nail polish collection for fall 2011 you can easily get in the spirit of your Halloween costume, so explore it and let your imagination run wild with the trendiest shades and textures of the new season.


Being so edgy and sexy, the brand new China Glaze Haunting collection will help you step into the dark world of Halloween, without losing your sense of sophistication and style. There are six incredible shades lurking in the dark and tempting you to give a try. Go for crackle, monochrome, shimmery or glow in the dark lacquers, depending on your preferences and outfits.
The new Haunting collection features the following alluring shades:
• Haunting – Shadowy black with shimmering silver glitter
• Crimson – Deep purple crème with a hint of blood red
• Near Dark – Rich mossy green crème
• It’s Alive- Vibrant green glitter
• Ghoulish Glow- Glow-in-the-Dark top coat
• Black Mesh – Crackle Glaze top coat for a cobweb-like crackle effect
China Glaze has become the favorite nail polish label among nail art junkies as well as celebrities, as all its nail lacquers are highly pigmented and feature ingredients free of DBP, toluene and added formaldehyde. This will make your nails look fabulous without causing any damage to them.
The China Glaze Haunting nail polish collection for fall 2011 will be available as open stock colors, in an 18 piece counter display, and as a promo special ‘Buy 3 get 1 free’, a set that features China Glaze’s Fast Forward Top Coat. Put your imagination to the test with China Glaze, creating new exciting nail art designs!

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Photo courtesy of China Glaze