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Test Drive: Polish & Co.

By Rachel Sutherland

Posted: Friday, Oct. 26, 2012

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Rachel Sutherland

Rachel Sutherland has been a professional journalist for 14 years, most recently as the Style Editor for the Charlotte Observer. Her writing and styling work has appeared in newspapers and magazines across the country. She is often a featured guest on syndicated radio programs The Matt & Ramona Show and The Satisfied Life. Find her at www.rachelsutherland.net or email her: rachel@rachelsutherland.net.

Nail polish is having a very extended, creative, exciting moment. Booming industry and growing fashion and beauty segment? Absolutely.

A recent entry into my stable of faves? Greensboro-based Polish & Co. Founded by Theresa Williamson, the polish line is an extension of her long-standing nail salon and industry experience.

“In today’s society, people are a lot more comfortable with expressing their individuality,” she said in a release. “I have plenty of male clients who are now wearing colored nail polish. Initially they seemed to want color only on their toes but there is definitely a growing trend to add color to their fingernails as well.”

The three-free polish is high-gloss and best of all, wears great. I didn’t see a chip in my cherry red (Location Location Location) mani for nearly a week. Really.

Polish & Co color offerings are on-trend and classic at the same time: pastels and brights rule with cheeky names like “Too Much Info” “Ski-Crazy” and “Sweet Caroline.” $12, polishandcompany.com

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