Get the Look: Dita Von Teese’s red hot nails in GenLux Magazine

SEEING RED: DITA VON TEESE GRACES GENLUX WITH CHINA GLAZE

Los Angeles, Calif. (October 2010) – When China Glaze celebrity manicurist Marsha Bialo knew she was going to see the stunning burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese, the only thing she saw was red. Marsha expertly applied China Glaze Vermillion to Dita’s famously long, rounded nails for her appearance in the Fall issue of Genlux Magazine. The daughter of a manicurist, Dita Von Teese’s classic nail look goes with her retro pin-up persona which she wears daily with pride.

Vermillion is a blue-based red crème polish. Classic in everyway, it has astounding versatility for manicures, pedicures and nail art all year round.

China Glaze colors may change from season to season, but our longwearing formula continues to provide consumers with the highest quality nail lacquers.

Designed with the professional in mind, our high-quality and finely bristled brush is great for ease of application. Best of all, our non-thickening formula provides perfectly even coverage. China Glaze nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, visit: www.chinaglaze.com . China Glaze is a division of American International Industries.

About American International Industries

For nearly 40 years, AII has been the leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of innovative, quality beauty and skin care products for men and women. Our product lines include Ardell, Andrea, Body Drench, Bye Bye Blemish, Checi, China Glaze, Clean + Easy, Clubman/Pinaud, Duo, European Secrets, EzFlow, Fright Night, Gena, GiGi, Gypsy Lash, IBD, Jeris-Lustray, No Tweeze/Micro Tweeze, ‘N Rage, Prolinc, RAW, Seche, SuperNail, Surgi-Care, Waterworks, Winning Nails, Woltra, Woody’s, and Youthair. For more information, visit our website: www.aiibeauty.com


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