Select Walmart stores to carry new Piggy Paint nail polish
NEW YORK — Hitting select Walmart locations is the new Piggy Paint nail polish for little girls.
The water-based, nontoxic, odorless, hypoallergenic and nonflammable nail polish is designed to deliver the thrills of a "big girl" manicure without harsh chemical ingredients or dizzying fumes.
There are five Piggy Paint SKUs that are being launched at the end of January in more than 1,400 Walmart stores across the United States. The kits retail for $3.98 and up.
Oh wow...I love to wear bright nail paint and carry a matching handbag whenever I get ready to attend some party or a special occasion. They seem to be Personalised Gifts for the young girls like me.
Are you amazed to look the neatly designed nail art in the fashion magazines? Do not worry; even you can create marvelous nail art patterns with the help of nail nail wraps that comes in different colors and designs.
Superb store it is! There is no dought about this walmart store as brand store of the world and definitely i will look forward to buy piggy paint nail polish which seems to me very effective one. Thanks http://www.trendyhands.com/nail-care.html
Piggy paint nail polish and shades are really gonna set some trend and people are gonna like it.
I love to decorate my nails with nail paints.I do nail art.I would like to try Piggy Paint nail polish and shades of this nail paint are just awesome.You would love your nails If you start using this brand. Regards, Diana Taylor
The kids are going to love this nail polish so much. I see this selling off the shelves. If you have it in walmart it should sell so good.
Is this why Piggy Paint added the chemical preservative Neolone 950 (aka Methylisothiazolinone) into their formula last year - to offer a longer shelf life for Wal-Mart customers and corporate companies? Non-toxic indeed....
Nair launches new Brazil-inspired hair removal products for body, face
NEW YORK — Church & Dwight’s Nair has developed a line of hair removal creams and waxes for the body and face that are inspired by the hair removal and skin care secrets of Brazil.
The new products, which are in midst of hitting retail shelves with full distribution expected by March, are infused with mineral-rich clay and natural extracts for spa-smooth skin that is promised to last.
The new products include:
Brazilian Spa Clay Shower Power hair removal cream: An in-shower depilatory for legs and body. The suggested retail price is $9.99;
Brazilian Spa Clay Roll-On wax: A microwavable roll-on sugar wax for legs and body and 10 reusable cloth strips. The SRP is $10.49;
Brazilian Spa Clay Sensitive Face hair removal cream: A specially designed sensitive formula depilatory for the upper lip, chin and face. Features a precise, hands-free applicator for easy, accurate delivery. The SRP is $4.99; and
Precision Face Roll-On wax kit: A water-rinseable sugar wax that can be used on facial hair, upper lip and eyebrows. The SRP is $7.99.
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Former Walmart.com exec appointed to Ulta Beauty’s board of directors
BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — Ulta Beauty has announced that Catherine Halligan, SVP of Powerreviews, a social commerce platform, has been appointed to its board of directors, effective Jan. 20.
Halligan fills a directorship vacated by Hervé Defforey, who announced plans to resign from Ulta Beauty’s board, effective Jan. 28. As previously announced, Defforey, who resides and works primarily overseas, cited the demands of these commitments as the reason for his resignation. Board member Kenneth Stevens replaces Defforey as chair of the nominating and corporate governance committee.
Halligan joins the Ulta Beauty board with more than 20 years experience in marketing and e-commerce within the retail industry. Prior to joining Powerreviews, Halligan held several senior level positions with prominent retailers. Her previous roles included: chief marketing officer of Walmart.com; VP of direct marketing for Blue Nile; and VP and general manager Internet for Williams Sonoma.
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