August 27, 2012

Avon Halloween Collection 2012

Happy Almost Halloween! It’s never too early to start celebrating it as far as I’m concerned and we can do just that thanks to the Avon Halloween Collection.

Here lie a few tasty choices for your treat bags this upcoming Halloween season!

Avon Halloween Mini Emery Board $0.89
Keep your claws and long finger nails looking sharp with these mini emery boards.

Avon Nail Glitter $3.99
Get your sparkle on with nail glitter.

Avon Spooky and Sparkly Nail Art $2.99

Avon Halloween Makeup Pouch $2.99
The perfect size to carry your minis or cosmetics everywhere you go.

All these Halloween treats are available now at

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  • OrangeLipstickBlog

    Oh. My. God. The emery board and candy corn makeup pouch MUST be mine! I can’t get over the cute little candy corns!!!

  • Cindy

    D’aww those little candy corns are super cute! That won’t have any effect on how much candy corn I will consume this year though.

    • OrangeLipstickBlog

      I think I could subsist entirely on candy corn. That stuff is crack.

      • Cindy

        I eat them so much to a point where I get sick from all the sugar. Happens every year, without a doubt.

  • Stefanie

    I tried that but with pink polish and you could see right thru the glitter. I’d like to know the truth….did the Avon Rep paint a white french tip over the black first and THEN dip it in the glitter? Is the nail color gel? Is that a fake black nail? I want to see Avon do a how to video on that black nail with the “white” glitter!