Rule the galaxy with Cargo’s new Star Wars nail polishes

Alexandra Hourigan 6 December 2017 NEWS

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In a galaxy far, far away... Cargo Cosmetics dropped new nail polishes for Star Wars lovers of every universe!

In case you live under a rock, Star Wars is kinda like, a really big deal and so are the fans that follow it. Plus, with the new movie coming out next week (let's be honest, we've already bought tickets), we're obsessed with absolutely anything Star Wars themed!

When Cargo Cosmetics dropped a Star Wars makeup line fans went nuts. Therefore it wasn't a huge surprise that the brand did everyone a solid and dropped four new Star Wars nail polish colours. They embody everything Star Wars, from the names to the shades themselves. The sci-fi inspired products are called Restore the Republic (a starry silver shimmer), Praetorian Guard (a vibrant red), The Force (a bright intergalactic blue) and Rule the Galaxy ( a stunning metallic gold).

You'll have to move faster than the Millennium Falcon, though, to get your hands on these. They are limited edition with a capped amount of stock sold in the little foursome. So unfortunately if you only have your eye on one shade you won't be able to buy it... (Han) solo. Yes, we did just say that.

Unfortunately, the Cargo Cosmetics site doesn't ship to Australia but we're lucky to have ShopMate and MyUS instead! ShopMate is a parcel forwarding service that has better rates for international shipping and can have you ruling the galaxy in no time at all.

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