This Cult-Fave Rose Gold Nail Polish Is Selling Out As Quickly As It’s Stocked
New beauty products are constantly hitting our desks, and while some of them are quickly replaced, others seem destined to become holy grail products. Smith & Cult‘s 1972 Nail Lacquer ($18) debuted in the fall and sold out in record time. But we have good news: It’s back RIGHT NOW!
With celeb fans like Mandy Moore and Mindy Kaling, this flattering shade proves that the rose gold beauty trend isn’t budging. The last time Smith & Cult released the nail lacquer in the fall, it sold out in just eight weeks. Smith & Cult’s co-founder and president Jeanne Chavez says, “We do not see signs of this (rose) gold rush slowing down anytime soon and we swiftly took action to restock 1972 nail lacquer even though we launched it as a limited shade.”
But in case you don’t manage to secure a bottle of this highly coveted product before it vanishes again, Smith & Cult definitely has an equally pretty alternative like Gay Ponies Dancing in the Snow ($18), which is a warm pink with silver flecks.
Another fool-proof choice is Vegas Post Apocalyptic ($18), which has lavender glitter instead of pink. But if it’s 1972 or bust, get your wallet out, folks. It’s back TODAY. You’re not gonna want to miss this.
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(Photos via Smith & Cult)