Ruby Wing color-changing nail polish 

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As the warm breezes of spring blow a path to the hot, still days of summer, riotous colors splash across the pages of fashion magazines, with models and movie stars wearing bright citrusy hues, striking jewel tones and pretty pastels. The colors aren't always in the clothes, though. Sometimes its makeup making a statement, and Ruby Wing color-changing nail polish definitely does that.

Ruby Wing polishes use a patented SolarActive technology that causes them to change color when exposed to sunlight: turquoise green becomes gunmetal gray (color name: Eternal); tangerine turns garnet (Summer Love); fuchsia becomes a ruby red (Groupie); and from the Spring Garden collection, white becomes a cantaloupe orange (Fresh Linen)--and, like the colors in Ruby Wing's Cupcakes & Champagne collection, all of the Spring Garden colors are scented.

The color-changing aspect of Ruby Wing polishes is reason enough to add them to a summer (or any other season's) wardrobe, but they are formulated and bottled in New York City, nontoxic, environmentally safe, vegan and not tested on animals. So you can feel good while you look good.

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