Skip to content

Language

Country

Cart

Free Shipping On All US Domestic Orders $55+ 💅

Your cart is empty

Sheroes & Shades: Celebrating Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day!

We’re celebrating women past, present, and future who have made (and will continue to make) herstory. Keep reading to see some of our favorite sheroes, why we love them, and how you can capture their iconic essence through our shades.

 

Frida Kahlo

Why she’s our shero:

One of Mexico’s greatest artists, Frida defied gender stereotypes and broke social conventions with her non-traditional depictions of female beauty, painting raw, honest portraits of the female experience.

Shade:

Known for her signature unibrow, red lips, and blushed cheeks, Frida defied the norm and had a bold style all her own. A rich, vivid red like Rouge Coquelicot can help you channel her empowering energy.

 

Lady Diana

Why she’s our shero:

Lovingly known as the “People’s Princess,” Lady Di embodied love and kindness. Through her charity work and acts of humanitarianism, she had a significant impact in raising awareness for many worthy causes.

Shade:

Princess Diana was known for breaking royal rules when it came to style, all while doing her part to make an impact on people everywhere. Make your own rules with a statement gel nail color like Emerald Green while keeping it classy, chic, and charitable.

 

Malala Yousafzai

Why she’s our shero:

The youngest person ever to win a Nobel Peace Prize, Malala drew global attention to the threat to girls’ education in Pakistan. She has since become a voice for education and equality for girls worldwide.

Shade:

Malala is extraordinary in her efforts to let girls know they can change the world. Stand out from the crowd in a dazzling purple like Dark Plum that shows how brave and bold you are.

 

Kamala Harris

Why she’s our shero:

In 2020, VP Harris made history as the first woman and woman of color Vice President of the United States. Throughout her career, she has broken many barriers including becoming the first Black woman district attorney of San Francisco and the first woman, Black and South Asian American to serve as California’s attorney general.

Shade:

The first woman VP is the epitome of Girl Power. Make your own power move in a daring black like Licorice that shows your confidence and authority as a leader.

 

Janet Mock

Why she’s our shero:

Writer, presenter, director, and producer, Mock made history as the first transgender woman of color to write and direct an episode of TV with the revolutionary series Pose. She’s dedicated to bringing to the forefront more stories that center on women of color and queer, trans, and disabled women.

Shade:

Janet Mock is making major moves for the world to see that ALL women are beautiful and should be celebrated and valued. Let your beauty shine bright in eye-catching glitter gel polish like Platinum Sparkle.

 

Don’t forget: This month we’re donating 20% of all Love Your Nails Treatment Trio sales to Girls on the Run. Your purchase will help support the next generation of women. Click here to learn more.