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China Glaze Creates 'The Giver' Collection

June 11, 2014

Polishes inspired by Weinstein movie due out this August.

China Glaze has inked a partnership with The Weinstein Company for a limited edition collection of nail polish to debut in conjunction with the August 15, 2014 release of "The Giver."
 
Inspired by the powerful themes and message of the story, The Giver collection by China Glaze brings key moments and characters to color, particularly the main character Jonas (Brendon Thwaites) and his friend Fiona (Odeya Rush) as he struggles to understand the dark, complex secrets behind his seemingly ideal community. 
 
The 12 shade collection offers an on-trend color palette featuring a mix of bold and neutral crèmes, and gorgeous glitters, according to American International Industries.
 
China Glaze The Giver limited edition nail polish collection will be available August 1  at beauty supply stores nationwide including Sally Beauty and Ulta. 

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