Julia Roberts’ nail stylist launches new product line

The go-to nail stylist for stars like Julia Roberts and Greta Gerwig has unveiled a brand new product collection. Mazz Hanna, a nail art specialist who also counts Nicole Richie among her roster of clients, has become known for her Crystal Healing Man…

The go-to nail stylist for stars like Julia Roberts and Greta Gerwig has unveiled a brand new product collection.

Mazz Hanna, a nail art specialist who also counts Nicole Richie among her roster of clients, has become known for her Crystal Healing Manicure, which focuses on the mood of whoever she is styling – and now she’s taking her good vibes to the masses.

She tells Us Weekly magazine that manicure session begins with a chakra reading – the act of determining ones thoughts and feelings based on their mental, emotional, physical or spiritual state.

Hanna, who is also a crystal healer and aromatherapist, routinely includes a two-hour self-care session that includes the burning of sage in order to create a meditative space and free the mind. And she is looking to offer a similar feel of self-expression with her new products, The Mazz Hanna Beauty Collection.

The line features cuticle oil comprised of jojoba and hemp seed, the Magnifier Quartz-Infused CBD (Cannabidiol) Essential Oil Blend, containing CBD hemp extract that relaxes tight muscles, and the Alignment Elixir for Face and Aura, a hydrating aloe and lavender facial cleanser. Each product is available via the nail guru’s official website.

Roberts sported nail art by Hanna in September (18), when she appeared on the red carpet at the Toronto Film Festival in Canada to promote her new film, Ben is Back. Roberts’ midnight blue manicure received significant attention after the star defended the design in a social media exchange.

“Julia is wearing ugly black nail polish,” one user wrote on Instagram.

The actress responded: “In case you would like to edit your comment from ‘ugly black nail polish’ to ugly navy polish with garnet crystals. Just sayin.”

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