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Rosie Fortescue names nail paint after her dog

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"Made In Chelsea" star Rosie Fortescue has named one of the Nailed nail polishes after her dog Noodle.

Speaking about her essential products from the collection, Fortescue said: "This is one of my favourite shades as it's named after my dog. It's the perfect tone of nude for summer and winter."

And the TV personality has also created four glitter effect nail varnishes and a glossy top coat, which have a gel-like finish without having to venture to a beauty salon for the UV-cured manicure. She has revealed her "signature" shade is Rosie's Red, a rouge lacquer, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

She added: "Every girl also needs a classic red polish, so Rosie's Red is my signature shade. I love wearing this shade (Thigh High Club) on my toes as it's a great deep red colour."

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Rosie Fortescue names nail paint after her dog

"Made In Chelsea" star Rosie Fortescue has named one of the Nailed London nail polishes after her dog Noodle.

"Made In Chelsea" star Rosie Fortescue has named one of the Nailed nail polishes after her dog Noodle.

Speaking about her essential products from the collection, Fortescue said: "This is one of my favourite shades as it's named after my dog. It's the perfect tone of nude for summer and winter."

And the TV personality has also created four glitter effect nail varnishes and a glossy top coat, which have a gel-like finish without having to venture to a beauty salon for the UV-cured manicure. She has revealed her "signature" shade is Rosie's Red, a rouge lacquer, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

She added: "Every girl also needs a classic red polish, so Rosie's Red is my signature shade. I love wearing this shade (Thigh High Club) on my toes as it's a great deep red colour."

--IANS

dc/nn/

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Rosie Fortescue names nail paint after her dog

"Made In Chelsea" star Rosie Fortescue has named one of the Nailed nail polishes after her dog Noodle.

Speaking about her essential products from the collection, Fortescue said: "This is one of my favourite shades as it's named after my dog. It's the perfect tone of nude for summer and winter."

And the TV personality has also created four glitter effect nail varnishes and a glossy top coat, which have a gel-like finish without having to venture to a beauty salon for the UV-cured manicure. She has revealed her "signature" shade is Rosie's Red, a rouge lacquer, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

She added: "Every girl also needs a classic red polish, so Rosie's Red is my signature shade. I love wearing this shade (Thigh High Club) on my toes as it's a great deep red colour."

--IANS

dc/nn/

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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