Souzan Michael
March 14, 2019 8:58 am

If you’re used to taking to Instagram for nail inspiration, you’ve probably come across Olive & June, the Los Angeles-based nail salon that opened in 2013. The brand now has three locations: Beverly Hills, Pasadena, and Santa Monica, and 195,000 followers, thanks to its impressive portfolio of beautiful, minimalist nail art.

Now, Olive & June CEO and founder, Sarah Gibson Tuttle, is branching out of the salon space and into a brand new category: at-home products, meaning we can now successfully paint our non-dominant hands in the comfort of our living rooms.

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After years of giving people the manicures of their dreams, the brand founder set her sights of democratizing the salon manicure and making it possible for people to achieve salon-worthy tips in the comfort of their own homes.

To make this all even more legit, Gibson Tuttle didn’t receive a single salon manicure for an entire year (that’s serious commitment), so that she could fully learn and understand the struggles involved in doing at-home manicure—everything from how to properly care for your cuticles, to painting with your non-dominant hand.

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Armed with knowledge and research, like the fact that women in the U.S. spend $10 billion annually on their nails—only $1.2 billion of that is on at-home resources, the rest is on salon manicures and products—she set out to launch nail polishes, a top coat, and The Poppy (a genius universal handle you can pop onto any nail polish bottle to make gripping easier).

Below are the new Olive & June at-home products, which you can get on OliveJune.com.

Olive & June Nail Polish in “Caroline”

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This pretty, easy-to-wear pink is perfect for spring.

Olive & June Nail Polish in “Eva”

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A soft nude shade is a staple.

The Poppy by Olive & June

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Designed to fit into any nail polish bottle, this adorable device is meant to stabilize both your dominant and non-dominant hand.

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