New York, New York, August 15th, 2011-Curtsy & Bow is a new luxury nail line that is making significant changes to nail lacquer formulas. Launched this July by creative Director Melissa Huynh, The lacquer is an organic collection that will hold up to the wear and tear of every day life. While most other organic products last for a period of three to five days which is comparable to the inexpensive drug-store and beauty supply chain products, Curtsy & Bow can last up to 10 days with proper maintenance. 
Going green is something that has been happening across the board in the cosmetics industry, with the nail industry just starting to catch on. Curtsy & Bow is committed to making products in the nail industry safer for the customer, and the environment. What also makes the collection special is that it is 3 free, meaning it does not contain the 3 toxic chemicals that are usually found in nail lacquer. These chemicals are Formaldehyde, Toluene, and Dibutyl Phthalate, which have been known to cause certain types of birth defects, respiratory problems, and can sometimes lead to cancer.
The debut “Yacht Club Collection” was inspired by the creative director’s travels through the Caribbean. The collection consists of 7 different colors that are perfect to wear throughout the year. The lacquers come in a .5 fluid ounce glass bottle topped with a recyclable aluminum cap, and are priced at $15.00 to $20.00. The colors include:
Intimate Sand is a powder pink solid lacquer
Shell We Dance is a peach/coral pink solid lacquer
Wasap-bi? is a Khaki/Green Solid lacquer
St. Thomas Blue me Away is a powder blue solid lacquer
Shiraz with tha Stahz is a deep wine with silver speckles lacquer
Supernova Girl is a silver glitter top coat
Jetset In My SunSet is a gold glitter top coat
For more information on Curtsy & Bow, please contact Melissa Huynh, at MelissaHuynh@curtsyandbow.com.
To Request Samples and/or high resolution Images, Please Contact Ashante Evelyn at Ashante@EvelynBrownPR.com
Dina Brown at Dina@EvelynBrownPR.com


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