Nail JINIUS Jin Soon Choi and designer Tamara Taichman of Tila March collaborated on a spring/summer 2015 collection of bright lacquers and patent leather bags and sandals and you’re going to want to get involved, stat.
For the collaboration, Tamara designed a JIN Vanity Case produced in all five vibrant colors of the nail polish collection below, complete with dedicated compartments for your polishes. “When put together, the shades represent a a beautiful painting.” Jin was inspired by one by Matisse, in particular.
As you can see from the gorgeous negative-space nail art concepts Jin created, the shades are as divine together as they are separate. P.S. She shared this tip with me regarding cleaning up negative space mistakes: “Just take a pointy Q-tip, dip it in nail polish remover and erase the mistake! Simple as that.” My current pedi? That stunning yellow-green hybrid. “Yellow is tricky, but this one goes with every single skin tone, since I added lime to it,” explains Jin.
Here are the details on each of the five stunning shades.
Coral orange mix
Lemon yellow twist
Powdery pink nude
Each retail for $18 at jinsoon.com and at JINSoon Spa locations. Tila March JIN Vanity Case retails for $550, available at tilamarch.com. What do you think of this collab? I’m currently wearing Charme on my toes and Doux on my fingers and loving the neon/neutral dynamic of it all!
Nail art images courtesy of Jin Soon; polish bottles courtesy of moi.