[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] Anyone who struggles with their nails especially during the winter months might want to take a look at the Essie Treat, Love & Colour which has upgraded recently to a purely vegan formula.
Given the apparent upsurge in nail polish purchases, these look like a safe bet for helping to prevent your nails becoming more dry. I’m applying oils every day and while my nails have improved a great deal, they’re still quite brittle and prone to snapping which is a sure-fire dryness indicator. Although it doesn’t feel particularly important that its become a vegan formula because even things like ethylacetate and dimethicone are vegan (and in the ingredient list) and I think perhaps the term is being used as a ‘natural’ or ‘healthier’ indicator in this instance.
However, partly because I’m influenced by the fact that clearly everyone is doing their nails and I’ve let my home manis slide I feel quite keen to get that pink shade on as soon as possible. It’s called Punch It Up. The neutral shade is Final Stretch.
The Ultimate Beauty Advent Calendar
The SpaceNK Advent calendar is almost here, pre-order for shipment on the 15th October with beauty gifts, worth over £700, from La Mer, Augustinus Bader, Rose Inc and more.
The packaging claims stronger nails in 3 days which from a provable point of view is just too hard to unpack – I’m more seduced by the inclusion of camellia oil and calcium (but even then, how much that realistically benefits the nail is difficult to say) and that you don’t need a base coat. I’m keen to try it anyway because if it doesn’t make my nails worse, that is fine with me! There are 4 shades and they’re £8.95 each HERE, non-affiliate HERE.
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