Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Manicures and Lashes Star At Sundance

Press release from China Glaze

Film Festival Suite Features China Glaze And Ardell

Los Angeles, CA – (January 2011): As flurries of snow fell in Park City, Utah, celebrities attending the festivities stayed warm inside movie screenings and gifting suites. Complimentary haircuts, boots, and clothes were thrown their way, but there were only 2 things they were really looking forward to: A pampering manicure courtesy of China Glaze and flattering eye lashes from Ardell.


Celebrities who stopped by for a little rest and relaxation included Lea Thompson (“The Convincer”) who was very sweet and kind. When gifted with her favorite Ardell DuraLash Naturals and Ardell #110’s, she exclaimed “I seriously wear lashes every single day! I even have them on right now!” She also adored her bottles of China Glaze Salsa and Innocence. Kevin Sorbo (“Hercules”) took a break with his wife Sam Jenkins for some manicures, lashes, and chit chat. They made everyone laugh with stories about their rambunctious kids. The adorable Kay Panabaker (“No Ordinary Family”) received a manicure with China Glaze Love Letters, while sharing anecdotes about growing up in the show business.

Hilarity ensued when Jonnie Penn (“The Buried Life”) came by with a friend for some buffing and filing. Game for pretty much anything, Jonnie insisted that he have Ardell Lashes put on. After the DUO Lash Glue dried, he said “he had never felt prettier in his life!” Aasha Davis (“South of Nowhere” and “Pariah” – Official Selection 2011 Sundance Film Festival) and her mother stopped by for manicures with China Glaze Evening Seduction while everyone in the room cooed at pictures of her adorable little baby boy.


Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke (“The Bachelor”) arrived hand in hand. While Kiptyn strolled around, Tenley had China Glaze Diva Bride applied while dishing out behind–the-scenes gossip from “The Bachelor”. New York native James Kyson Lee (“Heroes”) stayed glued to the Jets vs. Steelers game on T.V. while getting his manicure. He made everyone laugh when he said, “How ironic is this? I’m getting a manicure while watching a football game!”

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 220-strand 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. Follow China Glaze on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ChinaGlaze China Glaze is a division of American International Industries.


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1 comment:

April said...

I love China Glaze ... their colors are amazing!! Definitely my fave polish!!