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Fash Food: Paint your nails blue

hhendren@herald-leader.comMarch 29, 2012 

When the Wildcat faithful adorn themselves in UK colors for Saturday's Final Four action, they'll be wearing one of the hottest hues for spring and summer — blue.

Nail colors are one of the easiest ways to dress this trend. And no matter how the game goes Saturday, blue is a winner when it comes to this year's warm-weather manicures and pedicures.

For an affordable drugstore brand of polish similar to Kentucky blue, try Revlon Top Speed Fast Dry Enamel in Royal 730 featuring a built-in topcoat, $5.99, or Essie's Mezmerized, $8.

More shopping news

Henry Brown Bags will offer several discounts in April. Medium Logan overnight bags are 25 percent off Sunday and Monday only. At www.henrybrownbags.com, type "April Fools" in the promo code at check-out to receive the discount.

April 8 through 15 monogramming is free on all bags. Type "Free Monogram" in the promo code at check-out.

Also, brides who purchase five monogrammed bags will receive one free monogrammed bag. Call (859) 269-9939 to place the order.

Cincinnati Plating and Repair will be at L.V. Harkness, at 531 and 525 West Short Street, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. The company deals with metals, including silver, brass, copper, pewter and nickel. Go to Lvharkness.com or call (859) 225-7474 for more info.

L'Occitane will celebrate its newest almond products with parties at stores across the country, including the boutique at Oxmoor Center in Louisville, from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Customers will be treated to beauty treatments and gifts with purchases.

New products include Almond Beautiful Shape body lotion, $44, and foaming Almond Shower Scrub, $26. Call the Louisville store at (502) 426-4446 for more info or go to Usa.loccitane.com.

Harriett Hendren: (859) 231-3324. Email: hhendren@herald-leader.com. Blog: fashfood.bloginky.com

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