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Adar Venyige
2,000 trees and counting...

2,000 trees and counting...

You've helped us plant over 2,000 trees in the Khasi Hills of India. But we're not done yet. For every purchase you make, Dazzle Dry will continue to donate to the WeForest Project. Together, we can help replenish this vital ecosystem one nail polish at a time. 🌳 https://www.weforest.org/partner/dazzle-dry

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Adar Venyige
Healthy Hands with Jane Iredale and Heather Thomson

Healthy Hands with Jane Iredale and Heather Thomson

Luxury organic makeup line, Jane Iredale hosted a party at its first flagship store in the Berkshires. The founder herself was there, as was Real Housewives of New York alum Heather Thomson, receiving makeup touchups and – wait for it – Dazzle Dry manicures! Although it’s no surprise to see to that green beauty pioneer Jane Iredale uses Dazzle Dry’s nontoxic (as well as cruelty-free, vegan, and hypoallergenic) nail care system, we over here at DD headquarters definitely take it as a compliment. See the full article here: https://janeiredale.com/us/en/makeup-blog/heather-thomson-interview/ Or watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmbC-dB1MB8

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Adar Venyige
Voyagephoenix.com interviews Dr. Vivian Valenty

Voyagephoenix.com interviews Dr. Vivian Valenty

Learn more about Dr. Valenty and the story of Dazzle Dry in her recent interview with voyagephoenix.com.  Read the story here.

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Silva Hagopian
The Best Lacquer Colors for Your Skin Type

The Best Lacquer Colors for Your Skin Type

Picking a single color at the nail salon can be daunting. Even if you know the exact shade you like, there’s always the question of how it will look once it’s on. Just like makeup, clothes, and hair dye, nail lacquers look different on just about everyone. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to find the shades that suit you best. First, you need to determine your skin’s undertone. Undertones are the colors that give your complexion its overall hue, and are typically categorized as being either warm or cool. If you’re not sure what your undertone is, consider these questions:...

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