A couple of times now, I’ve added products from Honeybee Gardens to my shopping cart at iHerb only to remove them at the last minute. I don’t really know why but let’s just say the brand doesn’t compel me to want to part with my dough. But given my reignited interest in water-based nail polish and the fact that I’ve run out of my acetone-free nail polish remover, I thought I’ll just start out with these two items from the brand first.
Many people tell me that they don’t know how to paint their own nails. Well, I can totally empathize because I was once like them. I can manage toenails no problem but when it comes to my fingernails, I often need the help of the professionals. Somehow, painting my fingernails always turns out a mess especially for those on my right hand. But you know what? Increasingly, I’m finding it a breeze to apply nail polish on my fingernails. Yessiree I’ve finally nailed it right and it’s all thanks to water-based nail polishes! So if you’re still a rookie when it comes to applying nail polish, read on and find out why water-based nail polishes may just be the thing you need.
If you’re into candy sweet, pastel shades, then you’ll definitely love the feminine hues of the Meditate Spring 2013 lacquer collection from Sparitual. I usually prefer dark colors but I have to say these are pretty! These are not natural (anyway, not possible for nail polishes to be so) but I was glad to know that Sparitual nail lacquers are 4-free, which means they do not contain DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde, and Formaldehyde Resin. In addition, they are said to be 100% vegan.
Ceasefire! That’s the name of the nail polish you’re looking at. Do you think the color is brilliant? Well, I do and I have to add that I’m pretty impressed with how my nails have turned out using this water-based nail polish from Scotch Naturals Watercolor. Yes, watercolor all right, because this is a completely non-toxic nail polish that is not only “3 Free”, but also free of ethyl acetate, butyl acetate, nitrocellulose, acetone, and heavy metals.
Hello Vivabellas! See my nails have just made a trip back to the retro years and I can’t stop admiring them! My colleague thought I painted them, which is absolutely impossible because these designs are far too intricate. So what did I do with them? Well, I’ve got them minx-ed, in another words, stickered.