Bio Sculpture has announced exciting launches including five new shades into the Evo Medley Collection.
These additions, inspired by crayon colours, textures and a playful take on the 80s, will now include Bella, Sybil, Lydia, Penny and Chevon.
Also launching, will be Evo Minke, named after Bio Sculpture’s founder, Elmien Scholtz.
“Minke is more than an ordinary colour,” says Scholtz. “She is young, she’s mature, she’s a warm winter pink, but also the ideal summer and bridal shade.”
Along with these exciting new colours, Bio Sculpture’s latest launch will also include Kaleidoscope, a glossy clear gel with multi-coloured different size shaped fragments.
In other Bio Sculpture news, the brand recently held a contest encouraging nail
technicians to get creative and come up with new names for the next 12 Evo Colours.
Each entrant was required to describe the reasoning for their chosen names, resulting in five Canadian finalists and two Canadian nail techs who were crowned with the honour of naming the new Evo colours.
Congratulations to Lorraine Cormier and Francine Ouellet on their winning entries, “Evo Lo
ry” and “Evo Elegancia”, which will be part of Evo’s ne