1.25.2012

Sally Hansen Teams Up With White + Warren

Now, granted I don't really live in a cold climate, but I know many of my readers do, so I wanted to share another good gift idea from Sally Hansen!  Please enjoy the following press release!


SALLY HANSEN TEAMS UP WITH WHITE + WARREN
TO PAMPER AND PROTECT YOUR HANDS THIS WINTER


Frigid weather doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to flawless hands. Nail authority Sally Hansen is teaming up with luxury cashmere designer White + Warran to offer consumers the warmth of beautiful gloves that they can slide their perfectly primped hands into. For a limited time, every consumer who purchases a pair of White + Warren Fingerless Gloves from the White + Warren website will receive a complimentary Sally Hansen Manicure Set filled with manicure must-haves.


Protect your hands against the drying effects of cold winter weather with White + Warren’s luxe cashmere fingerless gloves, and beautify your nails with Sally Hansen’s ultimate manicure kit. The nail essentials set includes:


Expert Nail File – to help you achieve the perfect shape for your nails;
Nailgrowth Miracle Serum – for instantly softened and smoothed cuticles that resist dryness and damage as they grow;
Complete Salon Manicure in Right Said Red – an all-in-one formula that delivers base coat, vivid color, growth treatment, strengthener and top coat in one smooth polish;
Dry, Chapped Hand Cream – an ultra-moisturizing, gentle lotion that leaves hands touchably soft all season long


The gloves can be purchased at http://www.whiteandwarren.com for $40 at this time and the Sally Hansen set comes with each purchase of the gloves for a limited time.

4 comments:

  1. Those are great gloves to show off pretty nails! :-D

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    1. I have never worn cashmere - I wonder how soft it is?

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  2. This looks like a neat idea but I'm not comfortable wearing fingerless gloves in harsh winter weather. My nails and cuticles would be a mess pretty soon, and I'd still have cold hands. Fingerless gloves do nothing for me.

    But to each his own, right? :)

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    1. Might be good for cold offices if you work on a computer? LOL - I haven't worn gloves in many, many years (I spent 7 years in wet Oregon... only had snow once), so I'm not really sure what you'd use fingerless gloves for anymore.

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