Fall represents the passing of one season to another. As the leaves begin to fall off trees and temperatures start to cool, change takes place ushering in a time of rebirth and growth. Children return to school and go off to college and women have the desire to update their wardrobe. This fall it is all about what you will be wearing on your face and your hands. And some of your favorite celebrities are launching some new beauty collections you will want to rush out and buy.
Kerry Washington, a spokeswoman for Neutrogena, is delving deeper into the beauty industry as the new creative ambassador for OPI 2016. Fall is almost here and the Scandal star is helping you accessorize your fall – winter wardrobe with her Kerry4OPI collection.
According to Washington, nails are at an interesting point where fashion and beauty meet. She co-designed the Washington D.C. inspired collection of lacquers with OPI’s co-founder and creative director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann.
Kerry is passionate about ensuring that all women are included in “beauty.” She is also a consultant of Neutrogena and has made it her mission to broaden foundation range and lip colors. Now she is offering polishes with a variety of colors sure to meet all women’s needs, while giving more access to beauty to women of all ethnicities.
“You don’t have to choose between beautiful and power those things can be one in the same,” said Washington in an Instagram post.
The 15 color collection has names the perfectly fit the Washington lifestyle such as “Never A Dulles Moment”, which will accent your outfit nicely with a pop of yellow. “We The Female” and “Freedom of Peach” are a nod the rise of women in politics. There are 4 nude colors in the collection and also a couple of polishes named after people who are dear to the actress such as “Liv in the Gray” named after her Scandal character Olivia Pope and “Inside the Isabelleway” for her daughter Isabelle.
Washington’s OPI collection, includes threes exclusives shades, for $10 a piece, and is on store shelves now.
Written By: Chalise Macklin