Minx Nails is a company that is committed to extending fashion to nails. Sparkly metallics, personalized graphics and photo-quality designs currently unavailable in the market make up the Minx nail line which, via flexible film, gives women completely customized nails that can feature the exact pattern and colors of their newest gown.
Natasha Ray, Owner of Ms. Dainty Mobile Spa and Nail Lounge in Washington D.C., explains that the simple application process is a tremendous benefit for busy Capitol Hill clientele. “Because Minx is not a liquid and no hazardous chemicals are used in its application, manicurists can easily apply it to clients at the same time that hair and makeup are being done,” Ray explains. Minx does not require any drying time, nor are there any fumes, spills, smudging or chipping. “Clients can be glammed in half the time, and salons can schedule more appointments in a day,” Ray concludes.
“Minx is for those who love to stand out from the crowd,” declares Master Minx Janice Jordan. “For celebrities who wore Minx nails on the red carpet for the American Music Awards and the Music Rocks event, Minx opened up a whole new area of fashion. Once you’ve tried it, you can’t go back,” Jordan states.
Minx is a professional product and is only available in salons or spas. It’s been widely featured in fashion shoots include in the current April issue of Vogue.
Minx also customized Christian Audigier’s recent fashion show. He requested Minx for the launch of his new American Lord line at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. The Spring collection of Christian Audigier’s brand merged two distinct attitudes – the formality of nobility and the anti-establishment subculture. Classic patterns of plaids and stripes were infused with Christian’s distinct vibrancy, color and Hollywood street-chic. The model’s nails featured customized Minx, designed in matching plaids, metallic designs, graffiti and graphic art.
You can check out the Minx Nails (www.MinxNails.com) website for salon and spa locations to try these fashionable nails yourself.