Hungry for Color

6 Feb

Hunger Games Ad - pic via Teen.com

In November, colorphiles rejoiced over the announcement that Lionsgate would be teaming up with China Glaze nail polish to create a line commemorating the March 23rd release of the wildly anticipated book-turned-film, The Hunger Games.  In December, our excitement was snuffed out after alleged leaks over the line caused Lionsgate to pull out of the business venture.

Now it’s a new year, and I’ve got good news: The Hunger Games line is back!  The colors being released on March 1st are the same as the ones that were previously leaked, but the names have changed.  Instead of being named after characters like Prim and Cinna, each color is inspired by one of the 12 Districts represented in the Games.

Available in a Variety of Colors - pic via Radaronline.com

While many colors are suitable for a winter manicure if you’re still dealing with snow in March, I much prefer the more in-your-face colors for spring.  Dress Me Up is a delicate ballet pink for the demure lady.  Hook and Line gives us that metallic grey that is so of-the-moment. And while Electrifying is inspired by District 5, this red and gold glitter polish screams Katniss.  This color will turn you into the girl who gets noticed — the girl on fire.

All twelve colors will be released for sale at stores like Sally’s on March 1st.  The estimated retail cost will be $6-$7, so suit up, tribute!

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One Response to “Hungry for Color”

  1. heartquakehappens February 7, 2012 at 7:57 am #

    Reblogged this on heartquakehappens and commented:
    amazing!

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