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Crayola nail polish line launches

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Crayola is getting into the nail polish business with a new line of colour-box bright nail shades.

With Crayola crayons being referenced as the inspiration behind some of the boldest beauty looks of late, it’s hardly surprising that the Crayola has decided to get in on the act with its own brand of nail colours.

Sure to appeal to big and little kids alike (to be honest we’re not quite sure who Crayola are marketing the nail set at), the eight glossy colours range from deep purple, blue and postbox red to glittery yellow and pinks, and come packaged in Crayola’s trademark green and yellow box. We're just disappointed the nail lacquers are not crayon-shaped.

Crayola's nail polishes are available from fredflare.com.

What do you think? Are you excited about the launch or think that Crayola should just stick to making crayons? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter @StylistMagazine or in the comments section below

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