Win It Wednesday: Duri Cosmetics Halloween Collection

on October 15 | in Cool Products, Slider on Homepage | by | with 10 Comments

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Duri Cosmetics is dressing up this Halloween with six spook-tacular nail lacquers to paint on—whether in costume or not. Inspired by spine-chilling All-Hallows’ Eve events, Duri handpicked a little “nail candy” to keep the spirit of Halloween alive.

You can win the following six shades:

> Bedeviled — a neon bright orange providing a fresh twist to traditional Halloween orange. For a real celebration paint a coat of this on top of a white polish like Ghost for an eye-popping, holiday effect.

> Ghost — a sheer white polish to summon a spirit-like quality.

> Sinful — saints and sinners alike will love this midnight black hue.

> Possessed — a deep alluring fuchsia for a full set of toil and trouble.

> Devil Wears Duri — a metallic blue for those devilish ones ready to ditch classic red.

> Bloody Mary — a burgundy color to silently summon the ghost of this urban legend in fashionable style.

To enter to win, show us your Halloween-ready nail art. Tag your design #31NAILS2014 and @SalonFanatic. This week, NAILS Magazine’s assistant editor, Sigourney Nuñez, will be a guest judge. We will announce the winner on Monday, October 20. Giveaway for U.S. only. Good luck!

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10 Responses to Win It Wednesday: Duri Cosmetics Halloween Collection

  1. Alpsnailart says:

    Sounds exciting..will surely participate..

  2. D. Whitlow says:

    Just the treat my nails need.

  3. Raymond Stone says:

    In it to WIN it! Thank You!

  4. Terry Stebbins says:

    Love the colors! Hope I win!

  5. heather drye says:

    in it to win it

  6. D. Whitlow says:

    Love Wednesday Giveaway but not many ‘reply/comments’ between my previous and this one.

  7. Micheal says:

    Thnaks for taking the time to post. It’s lifted the level of debate

  8. http://www./ says:

    When those idiots in Marketing work in a high tech company, it becomes a semi-high tech business. Makes you want to beat your, um, his head against the wall.

  9. Thanks for the blog, Anax, and all your comments. I felt the same way about the definition at 5a, but had to go with the big red book. Sorry 9a didn’t hit the spot for some – it felt to me like a slightly panto-ish phrase, which is how I justified it as a + lit, but that may have been bending things too much.Re 26ac, Mrs Micawber was most gratified to discover the anagram of her first name, so I thought it merited inclusion in a crossword – though of course the surface reading of the clue is entirely fictional!Oh, and the teddy bear link was coincidental.

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