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Chrome Girl: The One-Coat Wonder Polish Created by...David Boreanaz?
Well, kind of...the Bones, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Angel actor, his wife Jaime, and a neighbor couple of theirs, Melissa Ravo and her husband Aaron are all creators.
"After meeting at a neighborhood BBQ, Melissa and I instantly had a connection," Jaime told Cosmo, "but it wasn't just about a friendship—we soon learned that we also had business ideas that lined up, and Chrome Girl polish [$10, chromegirl.com] ended up being the outcome."
We got a chance to play with the lacquer alongside David (who will forever be the tortured Angel to us) and his partners in polish crime, and it speaks for itself. No wonder Jennifer Hudson is already a fan (she wore the shade 'Hard to Get' at the Oscars this year).
With 18 shades in the exsisting line, which launched earlier this year, a formula that's free of DBP, toluene, camphor, and formaldehyde, and pigment thick enough that you only need one coat, we were sold. Seriously, even the nude and white colors only need one coat—and no streaks!
"Jaime and I go through hundreds of shades in our homes, looking for the right ones to debut, and then bounce different colors and names off of our husbands," said Melissa. "Sweet Spot, baby, that's one of my favorites [it's a coral-orange shade]," said David, who doesn't mind trying out the shades when his wife needs him to.
David's nail polish color prediction for fall? "I believe plums are going to come back, I like plums for fall."
We dig that David/Booth, who is a former sniper on the show Bones, is so into the polish process and in touch with his feminine side. But creating beautiful products for women might not stop at lacquer. The actor told us, "I've always been interested in doing a shoe line. Women's shoes are incredible, so now that I'm closer to a shoe with this nail polish line, it just might happen." His first ideal shoe he'd make? "A peek-a-boo pump."
Chrome Girl Launch Party is awash with color and colorful people
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