Harry Styles’ beauty brand Pleasing has just dropped its latest micro-collection, and it’s a must-see
The Pollinators collection takes inspiration from Hampstead Heath in London, with each shade of biodegradable nail polish representing “fructuous moments” of growth and vitality.
The collection includes five gorgeous pastel hues: Bell Boy Blue, Pond Goo, Bride’s Buttercream, Peachy Cheeks, and Live Laugh Lilac. These plant-based polishes come in collectible glass bottles and can be applied alone or layered to create your own personalized look. The added bonus? The castor bean-derived brush bristles are gentle on your nails.
But that’s not all! The Pollinators collection also features four new apparel items in two exciting colorways, including purple and green shades for the Pleasing Hoodie and Tee. It’s the perfect way to show off your love for Pleasing while looking fabulous.
If you’re not already familiar with Pleasing, the brand launched in November 2021 with a range of unisex nail polishes and skincare products. Since then, they’ve released several collections, including Shroom Bloom and Hot Holiday, and even collaborated with fashion designer Marco Ribeiro.
Pleasing is clearly a brand on the rise, and the recent pop-up in London only confirmed this. With exclusive in-store offers and the chance to rediscover past collections, Pleasing has become a go-to for anyone looking for quality, sustainable beauty products.
So head over to Pleasing’s website and check out the Pollinators collection. With its gentle hues and organic inspiration, it’s the perfect way to welcome the warmer months while taking care of yourself and the planet.
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