This fast-drying nail polish, reinforces and protects nails, glides on smooth for gorgeous, glossy colour. For long-lasting wear, apply two coats, using Crabtree & Evelyn Clear lacquer as both a colour-adhesive base and a protective finish.
I discovered Crabtree & Evelyn a few years ago through a friend who introduced me to their body lotion. I always forget to carry lotion around so she was my lifesaver! The lotions are purely amazing and their nail polishes are incredible!
The variety of shades are endless. Everyone will find a colour that best suits them. The nail polishes themselves are true to colour and very pigmented. One-to-two coats is all you need. I also love that they are fast drying, I will have to say under five minute of drying time. They will chip/fade off but not until day 4 onwards.
They recently came out with a few more (gorgeous) shades which I intend to purchase very soon.
Not only are the colours beautiful but the fact that they are “formulated without camphor, dibutyl, phthalates, formaldehyed or toluene.” Probably thinking, what does that mean? From what I noticed after trying out the nail polishes, there is none of that chemical-like fume that you would normally get in nail polishes.
On a serious note, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, and Toluene are the three ingredients in nail polish you should avoid, the “Toxic Trio” as many like it call it. This is why I love the Crabtree & Evelyn nail polish collection as they are free from it!
For clear close-up swatches, check out my other post here, where I will be updating frequently until all polishes have been swatched. But for now, take a look at my Pinterest page and let me know in the comments below which is your favourite shade. Are you planning on making a Crabtree & Evelyn nail polish purchase? If so, which colour(s)?
Oh and if you’re looking for a nail polish remover, I HIGHLY recommend their soy-based Nail Polish Remover Wipes. Absolutely the best nail polish remover I have ever tried! It may seem expensive but you don’t even need the entire wipe – I actually cut them in quarters – 1/4 of the wipe manages to remove all the polish off all 10 fingers.