Wednesday, July 6, 2011

SpaRitual Wilde 2011 Fall Collection

Time for a makeup post! I've covered a few fairy tale themed nail polish collections in the past--such as the BB Couture Fairy Tale Nail Polish (my favorite of these collections) and Orly Once Upon a Time Collection and China Glaze Glass Slipper Nail Polish Collection and The Mythicals. But this new collection for Fall 2011 took me a little by surprise, for it was inspired by:

Women Who Run with the Wolves

Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, a popular book with many fairy tale and folklore enthusiasts. I have to admit this one surprised me because I didn't expect a book to inspire a collection. And then I love the colors, too, so I am very tempted by a few of these.

Here's the press release:

Inspired by nature and the wild woman archetype featured in Clarissa Pinkola Estes’ Women Who Run with the Wolves, SpaRitual celebrates a new perspective on beauty with the release of Wilde, the brand’s newest Fall 2011 nail lacquer collection.

The Wilde woman embodies her authentic self while moving with the natural rhythms of life. These jeweled lacquer colors represent her warmth and strength and have a mystical depth of color in each layer. Wilde shades include Spirit Child, a fiery red shimmer, Running with Wolves, a rich copper patina, Rhythm of Life, a glistening emerald, Instinct, a majestic, shimmering purple, Howl, a deep, golden black, and Sacred Ground, a sparkling grey.

“The Wilde collection encourages women to tap into their truest selves, and express themselves through feminine, sensual colors,” says SpaRitual founder & CCO, Shel Pink.

SpaRitual is committed to providing organic, natural-care products that nourish the mind, spirit and body connection which are also environmentally kind. The Wilde lacquers are free of harmful DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde, and Formaldehyde Resin and the fully recyclable SpaRitual bottle is crafted in Italy from reusable glass and other natural elements. The applicator features a comfortable rubber grip for precise application. SpaRitual also uses eco-friendly packaging and printing processes, including water-soluble soy inks and FSC certified papers.
Although they have a September release date, they are available from some online vendors. My favorite is Rhythm of Life since I mostly wear greens and blues.

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