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Essie Hide & Go Chic Collection for Spring 2014

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Looking for another fun nail polish collection for this spring? Then it's time to check out Essie's new Hide & Go Chic Collection for Spring 2014. A surprising combination of two bright and bold colors and four pastel colors it's a fun addition to Essie's already released Resort 2014 Collection.

In the Essie Hide & Go Chic Collection for Spring 2014 you will find:

Hide & Go Chic: A covetable azure blue shade.

Style Hunter: A bright hot pure crimson shade.

Fashion Playground: A plucky pistachio almost mint green shade with a subtle shimmer.

Romper Room: A pretty pale tea rose pink shade.

Spin the Bottle: A flirty semi sheer nude shade.

Truth or Flare: A light vintage denim blue shade.

With pastels and florals being a huge trend this spring it's great to see some pops of colors that will stand out against the see of lightness. Each bottle of the Essie Hide & Go Chic Collection for Spring 2014 has a price point of $8.50 and can be purchased online at or at CVS and Walgreen's pharmacy stores and Target stores. For a list of locations visit Essie by clicking here.

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