New York-based nail design company Finger Sweets launches expanded line of nail art products

BROOKLYN, New York , August 15, 2011 (press release) – Finger Sweets, a nail design company based in New York, has announced an expanded line of nail art products, currently available in their online store.

Founded in November 2010, Finger Sweets offers nail polish, tools and art products. The company gives customers the opportunity to get fun and creative nail designs without stepping foot in a salon. All nail art products are easy to apply and easy to remove.

“Finger Sweets nail products offer the latest in nail art and nail care,” said Finger Sweets owner Sheena St. Surin.

All Finger Sweet products are free of formaldehyde, toluene and DBP, making them safe for customers of all ages. The designs are do-it-yourself easy and can last for weeks.

Two of the newest product lines in the nail art category, which hit the market in April 2011, include nail polish stickers in a variety of different patterns and nail art pens. Nail art pens are finely tipped nail polish pens that allow customers to draw letters, shapes or patterns on their nails. Nail stickers are also available in both subtle and loud designs. Nail art products range from $9-$12.

Finger Sweets also offers tips and videos for customers through their website. Customers can learn how to use their nail art products, how to properly take care of their nails or how to paint certain designs or patterns on their nails. To view Finger Sweet’s latest products or learn more about the company, visit http://www.myfingersweets.com.

About Finger Sweets
Finger Sweets is a nail product line that is committed to offering a more trendy, innovative, and unique spin on traditional nail products.

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