It's in the Cosmos: Nail Polish That Rocks

02/18/2013 09:13 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

By Nancy Chuda Founder and Editor-in-Chief LuxEcoLiving and co-founder of Healthy Child Healthy World

Today the earth dodged a bullet. An asteroid will buzz the planet coming closer than many communications satellites. The 45 metres space rock is the biggest object in recorded history to hover this close to Earth.

Imitators beware! Astronomers have been tracking DA14, since it was discovered over a year ago. Check this out! Live from Gingin Australia. WATCH IT FADE OUT ONLINE

Closer look

In my pursuit to learn more about the tracking of this object, I discovered something...out of this world.
has a new nail veneer called
And it doesn't fade and you can buy THIS COLOR online. Place your orders now!

Leave it to the Aussie's to discover a color so vibrant and everlasting. As one famed aussie, Olivia Newton-John said upon trying the new Cosmos, "Love the jewels in the polish. Thank you for the gorgeous Blue Cosmos which I am now sporting!! Reminds me of the stars at night at Gaia Retreat and Spa."

Most typical nail polishes lack excitement. I'm done with the french manicure... too many chips! And you pay a lot more money for the application too.

I like the way this polish make you feel professional. Which means you don't have to pay for an expensive can apply it yourself. Keep your eyes focused on the jewels. You won't believe this color. It's like a blue Tasmanian opal.

Once the Cosmos rock hits your fingers and toes you will be hooked. But if you get bored try shades like Kryptonite and Demeter.