“DIOSA” is the spanish word for “Goddess”. The creator, Diana Long believes that the amazing women in our lives should be treated like the DIOSAs they are.  She states, “Being a woman is a gift and we should be appreciative of all the gifts in our lives, right?”


About DIOSA:

DIOSA aims to accomplish three goals:

(1) Good Polish!
Provide high quality, non-toxic, vegan-friendly nail polish in irresistible colors!

(2) Inspire by putting a face with the nails:
DIOSA will put a face with the nails. I want the DIOSA women in their 20s-30s yrs old to inspire their peers and the girls in our lives who are in need of positive role models. We will accomplish this by sharing the stories about how the women who wear DIOSA Nail Polish got to where they are today. Our women are multi-dimensional, if they can do it, so can you!

(3) Remind hard-working women that it OK to be who they are!
Nail polish is a small, temporary, and affordable way to express our individuality, personality, or mood. I also want women to remind women to take some “me” time… like polishing your nails once a week. Look good while working hard!

By wearing this polish you are spreading the message that we can inspire each other and those who come after us!

Nail polish will be available for sale in June 2012 and the official website will be launched the same date.


Here is a sneak preview of DIOSA’s upcoming shades from its D-Day Collection available online June 2012!


Win a free Manicure!

I am currently running a Twitter contest that will end March 31st. There will be two lucky followers that will win a basic/express manicure in their area/salon of choice:
(1) Follow DIOSA to enter the contest @DiosaNails
(2) Your name gets entered every time you RT @DiosaNails. So, the more you RT, the more chances you have to win.

DIOSA  just wrapped up their FB contest but there will be another one in April. “Like”  DIOSA’s page to keep updated.

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