Color Street, Manufactured in Clifton, Pledges $1M to March of Dimes to Improve Maternal and Infant Health


Color Street Birth Defects Awareness Shade Hold Me Close (Credit: Color Street)

 This January, the Color Street Foundation, the charitable arm of Color Street, announced a year-long partnership with March of Dimes to support families affected by birth defects and promote maternal and infant health.  Color Street nail strips are made of 100% real nail polish and created from start to finish in a manufacturing facility in Clifton, NJ.

Through its $1 million pledge, Color Street is serving as the National Signature Partner for March for Babies: A Mother of a Movement™ and supporting the nonprofits mission of improving health and outcomes for moms and babies. In January and the months ahead, the Color Street community will come together to support the health of moms and babies and help every family get the best possible start.  Two limited-edition nail polish strips, Precious Gift and Hold Me Close, will help start the conversation and raise awareness for the cause.

Established in 2018, The Color Street Foundation benefits a variety of charitable causes at the national and local level.  Over the past 3 years, the Color Street Foundation has donated over $4.3 million dollars to 54 charity partners through 24 awareness campaigns.

Color Street revolutionized how people do their nails by taking the hassle, dry time, and mess out of the application process. Chip-resistant strips are created with globally patented technology and a formula that contains a base coat, color coat, and top coat all in one. The result: a salon-quality manicure in minutes.  The technology behind Color Street was created in 1988 by Fa Park, who observed how much time women wasted waiting for nail polish to dry. Determined to make this process faster, Mr. Park, after years of research and refinement, created patented Nail Strips made with real nail polish that apply in seconds, don't require tools, and are immediately dry to the touch.

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