Polished Girlz and Azature Black Diamond Nail Lacquer have teamed up to create a luxury nail polish that gives back to a good cause.
Perhaps you remember Alanna Wall from our coverage of her last September in "Meet NYFW Youngest Nail Technician," the then 14 year-old nail technician was assisting the lead nail artist at the coveted Hood By Air show. Since September, Alanna, has graduated from Steve Harvey's Dreamers Academy 2016 class while also serving as the nail concept designer for yet another New York Fashion Week season for two collections: Paul Penaranda and Demoo Parkchoonmoo.
Wall started her non profit organization, Polished Girlz at the tender age of 10 with a mission to "polish the nails and have mini manicure parties for children with social, emotional or physical specials need including patients that are hospitalized." Along with her Polished Girlz crew, the organization has now polished the nails of over 14,000 girls who are hospitalized. Now Wall is expanding her reach and teaming with infamous lacquer company Azature Black Diamond Nail Lacquer to benefit the Polished Girlz organization.
If the Azature brand sounds familiar, it's because they are synonymous with luxury in the nail world. Azature was responsible for the uber luxurious million dollar White Diamond Nail Lacquer that launched in October of last year they also created Kelly Osbourne's 2012 Emmy Awards manicure that was a valued at a whopping $250,000. In a press junket about the collaboration with Polished Girlz the designer stated, "Alanna has been such an inspiration to me for some time now and I just can’t wait to launch this color with her. Seeing the amazing work the Polished Girlz organization did last year at the First Annual Polished Girlz Ball made such an impact on me that I was moved to help."
The polish, which is available now, is a glitter-packed deep blue hue, and retail for $16 exclusively on shop.azature.com. Each bottle will contain one real black diamond and a portion of the proceeds will go directly to Polished Girlz to further their cause.