Ueba Esou Gofun Nail "Japanese Color Series -Autumn / Winter Limited Color-" is back with popularity! Three colors of flower chrysanthemum, Saga, and velvet
Ueba Esou will release the whitewash nail "Japanese color series -Autumn / Winter limited color-". Three colors, "Hanagiku", "Saganezu", and "Velvet".
Ueba Esou will release the whitewash nail "Japanese color series -Autumn / Winter limited color-" on September 1st. Sold until February 28, 2022. The capacity is 10 ml and the price is 1,324 yen (tax included).
Gofun Nail "Japanese Color Series -Autumn / Winter Limited Color-"
The autumn / winter limited edition colors, which were very popular last year, have been revived in response to requests. Three attractive colors with exquisite shades determined by one color. Available at Ueba Esou Main Store, official online shop, and whitewash nail stores nationwide (excluding some).
"Hanagiku" is an autumn color scheme of "Kasane's color" that was born in the Heian period. The crimson, which is slightly darker than the standard glossy red, gives off an overwhelming presence that plays a leading role in coordination. It is brighter than the color you see on a bottle and can also be used as a point nail.
"Saganezu" is one of the "48 teas and 100s" that was popular in the Edo period. The colors with intellectual elegance reminiscent of Saga, a place related to dynasty culture, are the most popular colors limited to autumn and winter last year. The shade that feels lavender in gray is familiar to the skin, and when applied lightly, it has a slightly transparent feeling.
"Velvet" means "velvet" is a swan and "velvet" is a thick-haired woven fabric. The velvety, bluish dark green is an elegant and deep adult color. If it is one color, it will be decided to the mode, and if you layer the glitter, it will be finished in a gorgeous impression at once.
A nail-friendly water-soluble nail that was invented by the paint shop "Ueba Esou". Not only modern Japanese colors, but also the ease of application and the beauty of the finish have been well received. There is no pungent odor peculiar to nail polish, and it can be turned off with alcohol instead of nail polish remover.