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Essie at Target!

By jordanferney |

Target is known for carrying everyone’s favorite brands and collaborating with the best designers. So we were happy to see they’ve started carrying our favorite nail polish line Essie! Usually we have to hunt it down at a specialty story. Now we can a pick up a new color after we’ve stocked up on diapers. Well played Target, well played. Check out their whole collection right here.

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Jordan Ferney is a former event planner and author of the popular lifestyle and design blog, Oh Happy Day! Jordan has worked for Babble, Anthology Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Cookie, Project Wedding, and iVillage. She lives in San Francisco in a one bedroom apartment with her husband and two boys, Moses and Roman.

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8 thoughts on “Essie at Target!

  1. Designs Good says:

    That is great news!

  2. Lindsey says:

    Essie has been at Target for years. This is nothing new.

  3. stephanie says:

    i recently discovered essie at target too and LOVE it. except now i spend too much on nail polish :)

  4. Bb says:

    And Walmart’s had Essie for some time.

  5. Meredeth says:

    Essie tests on animals. I really wish more people were aware of this fact.

  6. sandy says:

    they also carry essie at CVS !

  7. sandy says:

    Meredith, Essie does NOT TEST ON ANIMALS. They were acquired by L’Oreal in April 2010 and L’Oreal DOES TEST ON ANIMALS. It’s up to us as consumers to decide whether or not we wish to continue using the product. L’Oreal also bought The Body Shop. All of their products are not tested on animals (at least they still maintain/proclaim that philosophy) so I’m not sure whether or not your claim that Essie tests is valid? Where did you read that, could you please post a link. Thanks !

  8. sandy says:

    Sorry for the comment overload but could not help sharing this link in response to the AT (In case any of you are concerned and/or care!)

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