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Native Polish, New Orleans-inspired, vegan nail polish, introduces Spring 2016 line

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Native Polish LLC has introduced its six-shade spring lineup as locals gear up for bunny events, fest season, and the only time of year where picnics sound enticing. Shades include: Ladies Who Lunch, Happy Fest, Tchoup Tchoup, The Fly, Makin’ Groceries, and Gulf Oyster.
 
Long lunches is a “NOLA thing”; anyone who’s a local knows that. And that doesn’t just mean Galatoire’s on a Friday afternoon, although we love that, too! This is the time of year where women make that extra effort to get out of the office on a sunny day or meet up with a friend before carpool. The Native Girls will be looking for every opportunity to flaunt Ladies Who Lunch at places like St. James Cheese Company, Blue Line, and 1000 Figs.
Fest attire is a big focus for NOLA women this time of year as we begin to prep for French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest, Greek Fest, and so many more. Happy Fest was developed as the perfect accent to flowy dresses, straw hats, denim shorts, and cross body bags – a bold lavender hue with coral flecks to bring out the happiness we all can’t help to exude this time of year.   
 
Tchoup Tchoup (we have an inkling this one will be a popular Mother’s Day gift) was designed for what every girl wants to pair with her gold sandals this time of year, a beautiful rich coral hue that embodies the spirit of our local architecture, the vibrant colors we are inspired by within the Warehouse District art galleries, and that magnificent evening sunset best captured on the Causeway bridge.
 
The Fly is truly a locals-only escape that has something for everyone: students taking a reprieve to hang with friends, a girl curled up with a good book, ingesting some much-needed Vitamin D, or a couple needing the perfect quiet place to chill with their pup and reconnect. Native wanted The Fly to represent what everyone needs and can soak in this time of year, fresh air with a luminous backdrop. Did we mention that blue is quickly appearing to be THE color of the season?

When sunlight, breeze, and low humidity are the norm, that can only mean one thing for our food-focused city – outdoor cooking and eating. Makin’ Groceries is the perfect accompaniment to grab what you need at Dorignac’s, Langenstein’s, Canseco’s, Rouses, or one of our spectacular farmers markets (we use ‘em all)… and then of course, crafting those perfect finger foods for a picnic in City Park, a kick-ass boil for friends & family, Easter Brunch/St. Patty’s Day Parade/Mother’s Day BBQs, or just a simple dinner of grilled chicken and sides on a random Tuesday. Hungry yet? We’re also excited to see Makin’ Groceries appear in Easter baskets around the city.
 
And last but not least, Native will be bringing back its most popular color of last season, Gulf Oyster. The putty neutral hue has quickly become a fan favorite – in part because it can go anywhere and works on anyone, but also, because it’s just simply delectable to look at day in and day out (remember – Native polish lasts a lot longer than typical mainstream brands). 
 
It’s all about color this Spring and Native Polish is excited to bring local women and visitors new polish colors to accessorize their wardrobe and gift to one another this season. Just like its Winter and Mardi Gras colors, Native Polish is vegan, not tested on animals, and most importantly is “5 free”, which means polishes do not contain five harmful chemicals: formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, camphor or dibutyl phthalate (DBP). Women can feel better about what they’re wearing, our polish has been stated to last longer, and everyone can instantaneously elevate their mood just by browsing through the names and choosing what suits their mani/pedi best.
 
Native Polish retails for $11 and comes ready to gift for yourself or others in an adorable burlap bag. 
 
For more information about Native Polish, visit the Facebook page. 
Last modified on Friday, 18 March 2016
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