Physicians Formula launches stackable nail polishes
Color-coordinated polish trios are also stackable.
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Each adorable trio comes with three mix-and-match shades which can be worn alone, layered over one another, or used in one other magical, artsy design that you can think of. And when you’re not using them, you can store them in style by stacking them back together. How cute is that? We love the cool snap-together concept because it allows is to a) save space in our medicine cabinet and b) channel our inner-kid—these bottles are like toys for beauty junkies.
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They come in a ton of colors, with sassy names like, Smokin'Haute and Bare It All.
Get them online here if you just can’t wait another second ($10.95 for a set of three), or find them in drugstores later this month.
Photo: Physicians Formula
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