Soigne Botanique
Soigne Botanique

It doesn’t happen all that often that when I open up my post, my breath is taken away – I know I’m looking at something pretty special here with new nail polish range, Soigné Botanique.

Just like one of my favourite ranges, Kure Bazaar, Soigné Botanique uses 85% plant sourced raw materials, including wood pulp, cotton, potato, corn, wheat and cassava which HAS to be better for my poor nails than regular formulations, I’m struggling to see what they’ve got wrong with this range. Nothing, basically. Even the packaging is special – the box above contains the Fruit Marbles Collection (summer 2014) – if you like your old-fashioned sweeties then you’ll get it, if not, give Fruit Marbles a Google! It’s £38 for the collection with what is pretty much a comprehensive summer collection. The shades from left to right are: Kyoho, Kiwi, Peche, Pamplemousse and Fraise.

Soigné Botanique.
Soigné Botanique.

This is what the Soigné Botanique core collection looks like – obviously, I’m rather excited by the nudes as that’s my favourite colour category for nails. Each polish comes in its own little packet so it looks very premium and very cool.

If the UK buyers aren’t fighting for this then I will be very surprised; I’d like to see it in SpaceNK to be honest or maybe a non-beauty destination, such as Jigsaw. Or both. Either way, I’m totally fixated on Soigné Botanique! The website opens in the next couple of weeks HERE and polishes are £11 each.

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