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With the warm season just around the corner the most important thing that you should do is to adopt the bold color trends, which are a real must this year. One way you can do this is by choosing a bright manicure, just like the ones featured in the Orly summer 2011 nail polish collections. Fruity and fresh, the new shades are just amazing, making you feel dizzy at the very first glance at them!
Certainly your nails are very essential parts of your style, so there’s no need to overlook their importance. Boost the beauty of your nails with the help of stylish nail polishes and nail art designs.


The new Orly summer 2011 nail polish collections are full of seductive, bold colors, capable to add a glam touch to your appearance. The first collection is set to be released in May. It is called Pin-Up due to its source of inspiration. This collection features 4 stunning nail polish shades, which can brighten up your summer look in an instance. Create a “free-spirited” look for summer, making your selection among these glittery and matte hues:
• Va Va Voom – a gorgeous creme-pink neon
• Here Comes Trouble – a gorgeous glittery green
• Coquette Cutie – a stylish coral creme
• Bubbly Bombshell – a fashionable iconic deep glittery purple.


The next nail polish collection, signed Orly, will be launched in July, carrying the name of Happy Go Lucky. This collection is the best choice for girls striving to highlight their great energy and boldness. The Happy Go Lucky collection also features 4 hues, which can be worn either individually or can be mix/matched for a variety of nail art designs. Select your favorites among these fabulous shades:
• Fresh – a bright lovely green
• Flirty – a cute crème pink
• Frisky – a glam turquoise
• Frolic – a stylish deep purple-crème.
Don’t let your nails stay in the shade and gloom on sunny summer days. Indicate your voguish personality, nailing down the hottest nail polish colors of the season.

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