July Recap Oh wow, July has just flown by! With July coming to an end it means exciting things are just around the corner, but first lets visit what happened this past month: 3 Mini-Collections Life of the Party Breath of Fresh Air Flashback Favorites 2 National Day Sets Bikinis
Explore what the Mediterranean has to offer with these enchanting nail looks! Available for Pick Up on Saturday, June 25 (9 AM – 12 PM) in Apache Junction.
Available exclusively at http://shop.AshleysManiColorAtelier.com Our dry nail polish strips were revolutionary – creating an affordable, quick, and easy to use product to encourage your creativity and make your nails gorgeous! Now with a supporting hand and nail care system the foundation that our nail polish is applied on will be
I have a vision and goals for 2022 – something that is still new to me. But I figured that by sharing here, into the world, where someone may stumble upon it would help to hold me accountable. My word for 2022: GROWTH Why Growth? Well, the more I thought
This mini-collections consists of lustrous shades with shimmery, metallic finishes – looks that are beautiful on their own or creatively remixed with other Color Street shades.
Two Thanksgiving Styles, Feathered Friends and Brownie Points are available now PLUS 10 Holiday and New Year’s Sets!
Oh man, have I been slacking on keeping you updated on the most recent Mini-Collections 😩 Don’t fear though, I’m here now to get you caught up to make sure you don’t miss out on any of these amazing sets! Let’s dive right into these Mini-Collections. Note – all availability
Located at 44 Ochre Point Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island, The Breakers was built as the summer residence for Cornelius Vanderbilt II, of THE Vanderbilt family. Taking two years to build, during the Gilded Age, the 70-room mansion has 62,482 sq ft of living area across five floors. Sixty-Four Thousand
The USS Constitution, aka “Old Ironsides”, is the world’s oldest ship, of any kind, still afloat! Launched in 1797, she was one of six original frigate authorized for construction by the Naval Act of 1794 and the third to be constructed. The frigates were to be the capital ships of