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Harry Styles wears his own brand Pleasing nail polish on the magazine cover

Is there anything he can’t do? In the June issue of Better Homes & Gardens, Harry wears two nail polish colors from his own beauty line, Pleasing

Harry Styles wears Pleasing nail polish on the cover of Better Homes and Gardens
Could this be the nail color of the season? If Harry wears it – so do we!

He’s the man of the moment, and while we can’t stop looking at his face, our eyes have recently been drawn to Harry Styles’ fingers — and his nails in particular.

On the cover of the June 2022 issue of Better Homes & Gardens, the singing sensation sports gorgeous beige nail polish.

Of course, with the internet going wild for all things Harry, the question was asked, “What nail polish is Harry Styles wearing?” And now we know it’s from his own brand, Pleasing.

Yes, Harry wears two shades, Tender Bud and Sprouting, from Pleasing’s second micro collection, Shroom Bloom.

The Mushroom Blossom Set

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The Pleasing Set includes Sprouting (a pale green opaque gloss formula), Tender Bud (a mushroom beige opaque gloss formula), Vine Ripe (a bright red opaque gloss formula) and The Whole Dewniverse (a sheer bio-glitter holographic formula).

Apply each shade individually or over other shades for personalized effects.

In your set you will find accessories including decals to customize your nail look or any surface.

Sprouting Polish

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Sprouting Polish has an opaque gloss finish. Layer over or under other shades for personalized effects.

In your set you will find accessories including decals to customize your nail look or any surface.

Priced at £62 for a set of four, the Pleasing Set includes Sprouting (a pale green opaque shine formula), Tender Bud (a mushroom beige opaque shine formula), Vine Ripe (a bright red opaque shine formula) and The Whole Dewniverse (a pure holographic bio -glitter formula).

Sprouting nail polish is sold separately for £19 and has an opaque gloss finish. It also comes with cute nail stickers that you can use to customize your nails or stick on your laptop, phone case or anywhere you like.

Now if you want a slightly cheaper option, we’ve found this essie Gel Couture Polish in Take Me Thread (£9.99) to be a pretty good dupe for Tender Bud. Or how about Barry M Gelly Nail Paint in Pistachio, priced at £3.99 for Sprouting? Sure, they weren’t created by Mr Styles, but they’re a little better for our wallets.

Pleasing was launched late last year in November 2021. Harry was already a fashion icon, dominating the music industry and even dipping into Hollywood and acting. Harry then thought it made sense to start his own beauty brand.

He created beautiful nail polishes and also dabbled in skin care with Overnight Serum, Hand + Nail Balm and also clothing. Not to mention the Pleasing Pen (£29). It consists of two potent serums with cooling steel rollers to refresh lips and eyes. A fresh eye gel with natural cranberry, okra and hyaluronic salts awakens tired eyes, helps reduce signs of aging and provides lasting moisture, while the demi-matte lip treatment replenishes lips with soothing marshmallow.

We can’t wait to see what he comes up with next, but until then we’ll be recreating his magazine cover and rocking what will now be known as the “colors of the season” on our nails…

Do you like these nail colors? Have you bought anything from Pleasing or are you tempted to do so now? Do let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/shopping-deals/harry-styles-wears-nail-polish-26822998 Harry Styles wears his own brand Pleasing nail polish on the magazine cover

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