Everyone wants a piece of that sweet beauty industry ca$h, including fast food restaurants. Just last year, we saw a Starbucks Lip Kit and Olive Garden Makeup Palette. Now, Dunkin' Donuts is joining the fun with eight new, limited-edition nail polishes.
America's favorite coffee brand partnered with nail company Lauren B. Beauty to create a series of shades inspired by Dunkin's Signature Lattes, Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Flavored Coffees, and iconic pink-and-orange logo colors. Your "but first, coffee" selfie can now be a mani photo, complete with matching coffee drink.
For Dunkin' fans, the shade names and colors will be as familiar as your daily afternoon snack. Each of the brand's new lattes has a corresponding nail color: Cocoa Mocha (chocolate brown), Caramel Craze (candy-colored brown), and Blueberry Crisp (navy blue). For summer vibes, choose from the shades named after Baskin-Robbins coffees: Butter Pecan (a rich brown), Pistachio Almond Fudge (turquoise), and Banana Split (pastel yellow). Finally, devoted fans — of which we know Dunkin' has many — can rep the brand's logo colors in orange and pink.
There must be a beauty junkie somewhere on Dunkin's team, because this isn't the brand's first foray into makeup. Last month, it launched a munchkin-flavored lip balm set, currently going for $12 on eBay. What's next: Coffee-colored lip liners? Glazed donut highlighter? Strawberry frosted donut lipgloss? (I have more ideas. Dunkin', call me.)
For now, Dunkin' dropped its polish collection into just 10 nail salons across the country in New York, Los Angeles, D.C., Philadelphia, Atlanta, and various cities in Florida and Maryland. Search for a salon near you here, and know there's a sweet prize waiting for you at the end: anyone who requests a Dunkin' mani will also get a $3 gift card — just enough for a breakfast of donuts.
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Originally Appeared on Allure