Nail It For Jamaica 61

For this year's Independence celebrations, Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) spotlights some of bb Polishes' patriotic shades from the Fall ForJamaica collection that pay homage to Jamaica's rich culture and heritage. With names inspired by slangs, cultural facts, and proverbs associated with Jamaica, like Stay Good, Pretty In A Real Life, Scotch Bonnet, Bro Gad, Street Dance, Sour Like Lime, among many more, these nail polishes will bring a touch of charm to any manicure.

Instead of opting for overly culturally painted nails, the brand encourages a more classic approach to patriotism. The shades are subtle yet striking, allowing you to embrace national pride while maintaining an elegant 'lewk'.

With bb Polishes' collection of fashionable and nationalistic shades, let your nails become a canvas for celebration this Independence Day. TSD condones it!

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This yellow polish takes the colour of the Scotch bonnet pepper, tasty and firey!
This neon green is mixed with the brand's popular colour, Punchinella Little Yellow, to create the perfect hot girl green.(Photos:
Hot Gyal - A Jamaican term which translates to "hot girl". Red is often referred to as hot.
Summer Bounce - neon green. Another popular dancehall dance made popular by a host of songs about it by various dancehall artistes.
The bb dark metallic green
The ackee, although native to West Africa, is the national fruit of Jamaica. It is the main ingredient in the national dish, ackee and salt fish. The ackee seeds are so black, they are often used as the standard for the colour black.
Achieve this look with The Ackee Seed, Goodaz Gold, Summer Bounce and Punchinella Little Yellow.

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