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Liptini and Nailtini Beauty Brand Profile
Bella Brand: 'Tini Beauty

At the end of 2004, Southern Californian Michelle Olsen decided to launch her own beauty brand that has evolved into what we now know as 'Tini Beauty. The concept was inspired by Michelle's love of cocktails and has its own unique twist — everything is layerable. Much how like you can blend your own ingredients to create your own signature drink, all of the items can be mixed and matched to customize your nail and lip colors.

Nailtini contains nail lacquers in 22 colors, two mixer shades in white and black (which can be used as a base coat to lighten or darken the polish), nine toppers, and a base coat. Also, new for Summer is the Margarita collection, which contains three shades of Rita (Classic, Mango, and Strawberry) and Sugar Rum (sparkling clear) topper.

Liptini contains 12 lipsticks, 11 topper glosses, 10 lip and cheek stains, five shimmer stains, and six mixer pencils that can you can apply as a base to help alter any of the lip colors. The most interesting to me are Banana Flip, a bight yellow creamy pencil that can warm up or cool down a lip tone and Ice Water, a lip balm in a pencil form that makes any of the lip products appear more sheer. I think this idea is fun and is something that you and your girlfriends could play around with together. Do you think you'd be interested in becoming a makeup mixologist?

Comments
0037sammie
0037sammie
Aw, so cool! I like =)
desodaro
desodaro
very cool
gigill
gigill
Good idea - she sounds like a very smart entrepreneur.
theglossarie
theglossarie
Fabulous! I want to play :)
lizlee89
lizlee89
what a fun idea - I really want to try the nails...
kahribar
kahribar
How awesomely fun, I would def love nothing more than to try mixing all of these goodies together!
brittanyk
brittanyk
This is a really cool concept.
MissMarisol
MissMarisol
Seems like a fun idea.
rachi99
rachi99
oo! Try the "create a cocktail" feature! When you've picked the components, it'll show you what it would look like. Fun to play with! I wonder how accurate the mockups are. Then it asked me for $49.50, which is maybe not so fun.
rachi99
rachi99
Very fun, and the "minibar" kits in general seem fairly reasonably priced. My only concern is that, based on the pics on the website (and I know that isn't a reliable measure), I wonder if most of the hues wouldn't be too dark for someone as pale as myself.
aimeeb
aimeeb
So neat!!!
MartiniLush
MartiniLush
Sounds like the perfect thing for me! :-)
emalove
emalove
Neat idea, but I'm not sure how often I'd feel like mixing up new colors...
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