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Friday, January 25, 2013

Impala Nail Polish launches in the US!

This is quite exciting news! The extremely popular Brazilian nail color brand, Impala, is now available in the US, both online and in select retail locations. This line includes holos, glitters, mattes and more, at just $4.99 a bottle!

Impala has recently launched in the US, bring with it some Brazilian flavor! And the best part? Only $4.99 a bottle!

Impala has a broad range of quick-drying polishes in almost every color imaginable, with effects from glitter to 3D holographic to matte! The polishes are also 3-free and many of them are hypoallergenic. They're available on the Mundial website, as well as select stores in the US.

The parent company of Impala is Mundial and here is some info from their website:

Mundial Personal Care is the retail branch of the world’s largest manufacturer of nail care implements: Mundial S.A.

After 116 years of continued growth and innovation, we are proud to bring our brands Mundial and Impala to the United States of America.

Our cuticle nippers are worldwide recognized for its quality and durability. Tradition is also found in our scissors (hair and nails), tweezers and nail nippers.

Our nail polish brand, Impala, offers our renowned quality and colors that are making the fashion.

I'm awaiting details about exactly which retail locations will be carrying this brand, and I'll let you know as soon as I get that info. In the meantime, the Impala website does accept Pay Pal, which I think should make some of you happy!

Which polish am I the most excited to try? That would be this lovely shade:



I'm also kind of loving the orange jelly-creme, Saia Justa (click here for swatches), and a few others. How cute are these bottles?

So, are you excited to hear that this Brazilian nail polish brand is going to be a whole lot easier for us in the US to purchase? Do you already own any Impala nail polishes? I'd love to hear from you!

15 COMMENTS:

  1. Love the price & payapl? nice, ill be stocking up soon. Thanks.

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  2. woot thats exciting cant wait to see what retail locations!

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  3. Do you know how good this line is?

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  4. I am so SO excited to hear polish brands we nail polish addicts and bloggers have always loved are now becoming more widely available!

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  5. This is the best news I have heard all year! I used to live in Brazil, and Impala is one of the most popular brands, along with Risque and Colorama. Impala was my favorite though, for color selection as well as wear. I own both Mira 3D and Saia Justa, along with about 50 other colors, and they are all great. I am currently wearing Jackie, a lovely taupe/grey/neutral. So happy I can get my Brazilian "esmalte" (nail polish in Portuguese) fix in the U.S.!

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  6. Nice! G, I'm Portuguese so I wanted to mention the swatches you linked to were done with black underneath. The same blogger has photos of it swatched on it's own here:

    http://www.loucasporesmalte.com.br/2011/02/impala-spfw/

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  7. I've never heard of Impala before. I don't really see anything special on their website, maybe they are still working on getting things listed?

    Now if only Jade would start selling here... or Ludurana, Up colors, Hits...

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  8. Ooh, this is exciting! Thank you for the heads up :)

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  9. So glad to see a Latinamerican brand gets US and it´s so apreciatte!
    It will be a new thing if the Impala are going to be B3F in the US, because they are not in Brazil, all them contein toluene. It´s true that they have an hypoallergenic line but with a small range of colors. As KD said, they don´t have amazing or original nail polishes, just cremes, some glitters and holo glitters...it´s a cheap brand in Brazil, Ludurana and Hits are more expensive, 1° line kind of brands and really innovate

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  10. Ooh I hope local stores will have this brand. I've never heard of it before, but I like the polishes you linked to, G! ^^

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  11. I´m brazilian living in US. I loved the news cause i love brazlian polishes, but this costs U$0.75 in Brazil. Kind of too expensive here.

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  12. Erm, that bottle shape looks kind of obnoxious to me. If it comes to a retailer I frequent, though, I might check it out! But I think I'm on a nail polish no-buy until I use a lot more of my colors, haha.

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  13. That's like extremely expensive. It's 2 dollars at Argentina (Quite near to Brazil)

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  14. Never heard of this brand before but I'll give it a try if I see it in stores!

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