Combine Pokemon and Beauty with These Creative Nail Polish Colors


Fashionistas will fall in love with this nail polish series inspired by Pokemon that the Uka company is launching in Japan next month. The beauty company has created six different nail polishes that each feature a different Pokemon and the color associated with it.

This special line of polish has three meant for adults and three meant for children, though of course, any age can wear any of the colors. Each bottle has a silhouette of the Pokemon that represents the color.

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The adults’ nail polishes feature Meowth, Eevee, and Piplup, which are designed with softer, more professional colors: beige, brown, and smoky blue, respectively.

The children’s polishes feature Pikachu, Jigglypuff, and Scorbunny with fun, brighter colors: yellow, pink, and orange, respectively.

Uka boasts that these polish colors are perfect for busy adults and children who enjoy cute colors; They say their polishes are quick-drying and moisturizing the nails. These nail polishes even use a vegan formula with 60% of its ingredients being plant-based, which is great if that is important to you.

Each of the Pokemon-inspired nail polishes comes in 10mL bottles and costs 2,750 yen (about $ 22 USD) each. If you want a special set called All Six Stars Collection, it can be preordered online between May 6 and May 11 for 18,260 yen (approximately $ 145 USD).

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It may come at a high price, but how could you resist knowing which colors match your favorite Pokemon?

The Pokemon-inspired nail polishes will be available for purchase at Uka stores around Japan starting May 13. They can also be purchased directly on Uka’s websitewhich is the only place to preorder the Six Stars CollectionGeneral Chat Chat Lounge

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