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SensatioNail announces launch of new at-home French manicure gel polish

BY Antoinette Alexander

LAKE FOREST, Calif. — Pacific World’s at-home gel polish brand SensatioNail has announced the launch of SensatioNail French manicure gel polish in clear and sheer pink, and French manicure tips.

SensatioNail French manicure gel polish is available in two base color shades, clear and sheer pink, each containing 100 white French manicure tips to fit a variety of nail sizes. The French tips are crafted from a real lacquer, polish-thin proprietary formula. Backed with a light adhesive for easy application, each tip is applied on top of the gel polish base, and hugs the nail edge for a seamless finish. French manicure gel polish is used in tandem with the SensatioNail Pro 3060 Lamp (included in the brand’s starter kit).

Consumers also can restock their at-home gel polish kits with French manicure tips. This 100-pack can be used alongside the traditional French gel polish shades, or coupled with the brand’s fashion gel polish colors to create a unique nail art statement. SensatioNail French gel polish and French manicure tips can be removed at home with the Gel polish removal kit and the gel polish removal tool.

Moreover, SensatioNail is committed to supporting new product launches by educating consumers through how-to videos, which provide step-by-step guides, tips and tricks. The French manicure gel polish tutorial can be accessed on SensatioNail’s website, and social media platforms, or by scanning the QR codes found on all packaging with a smartphone.

SensatioNail French manicure gel polish and SensatioNail French manicure tips retail for $14.99 and $6.99, respectively.
 

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Tony Chachere launches bold seasoning

BY Allison Cerra

OPELOUSAS, La. — Tony Chachere’s lineup of Creole seasonings and food products has expanded.

Launching later this month, new bold seasoning is the company’s first seasoning blend in more than 20 years. The company said the new product is "a direct response to consumers who have been asking for a spice blend that retains the wonderful flavors unique to our products but with an added kick of heat."

"The bold seasoning is perfect for those dishes that need a punch of heat to jumpstart the taste buds, Tony Chachere marketing director Celeste Chachere said. "It turns a simple dish into a signature dish by enhancing the flavors of food with spice — without overwhelming. Anyone who has visited Louisiana and enjoyed our incredible food will certainly welcome this new addition to our product line."

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Kmart, Sears offer new mobile, online, layaway services for holiday season

BY Alaric DeArment

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — Kmart and Sears are eliminating layaway service fees, starting a layaway home-delivery service and new in-store mobile features for what the company expects to be the busiest shopping season since 2007.

With retail sales across the country expected to increase by 3.3% during this year’s holiday shopping season, the company said Sears stores around the country would roll out mobile point-of-sale devices to allow customers with credit and debit cards to make purchases where they are standing and have their receipts emailed to them or printed. Five-hundred Sears and Kmart stores are also having staff carry tablets with special shopping applications for checking available inventory, accessing product information and videos, and selling merchandise available in stores or online.

"Sears and Kmart will win this holiday season because we provide best-in-class layaway options, new in-store mobile experiences for added convenience, exclusive products such as Sofia Vergara at Kmart and the Kardashian Kollection at Sears, and weekly holiday sales for our customers," Sears Holdings EVP, chief merchandising officer and president for the Sears and Kmart formats Ron Boire said. "In addition, our Shop Your Way rewards program is a key differentiator, with competitive savings and rewards for members."

Kmart is offering free layaway until Nov. 17, while Sears has made layaway free between Sept. 29 and Oct. 29 and will make it free again from Nov. 2 to Dec. 3. Meanwhile, customers can place items purchased at Kmart.com or Sears.com on layaway and then pick them up at a nearby Kmart or Sears store or have them shipped to their homes.

 

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T.GORSKI says:
Sep-04-2013 10:58 am

Companies are currently trying to attract as many customers and maximize their holiday season profits. Special holiday offers can be seen in virtually all industries, including food, clothing, entertainment and even finances. Although the economic recession hit the United States, it is still important for people to celebrate holidays the way they want to. For that reason, many financial institutions and lenders offer special holiday loans to meet the needs of their customers. www.unitedfinances.com

Nicolas says:
Dec-13-2012 04:09 am

Service is very important of course, but you also should not forget that people have to have money in order to go to these stores. I understand that many are going to turn to money same day so that they could borrow money for a short period of time (usually till their payday) to buy presents. I honestly think that Sear’s service was always good, prices pretty reasonable especially considering big sales they have from time to time.

D.Space says:
Nov-29-2012 03:37 pm

I was just in Sears yesterday. I had a package of screwdrivers that I wanted to exchange. They said the item I bought was from a store with no returns. They knew this because of the price tag that was still on it. Nevermind that I could see it hanging on their shelves and I was happy just getting their lowest price in the form of loan. They still have good, affordable tools, so I don’t want to dismiss them entirely, but this was a fine piece of customer service. I was even willing to buy some other items, but not after this. I even said to my wife, so loud they could hear me, that I don’t want to reward their poor customer service.

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