Oestrich-Winkel, Germany, March 2010 art French manicure dating as the name already suggests the France of the 18th century. There, it was applied, the everyday dirt skillfully to hide under the white coloured nail tips. Today, this natural look of the nails is very popular, because it gives them a timeless classic look for everyday business as well as in private life. According to Tony Parker, who has experience with these questions. The new LCN French Manicure pens conjure up an accurate French lace in the blink of an eye, the nail polishes of the LCN French Deluxe series set to colour-matched accents. It contains ingredients of like white truffles and fine caviar cultivate nails and make the French at home a luxurious experience manicure. First, the nail tips are painted with the LCN French manicure Pen in classic white for a more look also in pink. Matching patterns, which can be glued if required on the nail, allow a precise application with the handy pen.
After full drying of the French manicure Pens, the nail with the top coat is sealed. Now, you can, painted nails in a subtle shade depending on the personal taste. For the six different nail polishes of the French Deluxe series are perfectly suited. Unique ingredients like white truffles and caviar characterized this French Manicure paint. White Truffle hydrates for dry nails, it strengthens and they sustained.
Valuable caviar extract maintains the nails when painting, because it provides them with vitamins, minerals and trace elements. In addition to three classic colours, which are also available in the set, three more coatings with additional Glittereffekt provide highlights on the nails. Retail price: French manicure Pen, per pin 11.90 in white and pink French Deluxe paint 8 ml 5.00 in the shades of beige, white, Rose, beige glitter, glitter-white and glitter-Rose French Deluxe set, 8 ml 13.90 in beige, white and Rose about LCN LCN belongs to the renowned cosmetics company of Wilde cosmetics, offering high-quality cosmetic products and services. 25 years ago in 1985 first light-cured plastics from the dental industry were employed under the brand name LCN for the extension and reinforcement of fingernails. This was the birth of the brand of light concept nails a branding that was reduced over the years on the short form of LCN. Under this brand name today successfully over 3,000 different innovative care products marketed in the fields of decorative cosmetics, foot care, nail and hand – always meeting the highest demands on quality, exclusive ingredients and best compatibility. Wilde Cosmetics, an owner-managed company headed by CEO Michael Kalow, has its headquarters in Oestrich-Winkel in Rheingau and employs over 200 people. Consumer can LCN’s products in the online shop at or in cosmetic shops, in single-owner-operated Perfume shops as well as in selected Karstadt department stores.