In this video, I share my cruelty free and vegan nail polish brands with you. There is a list of cruelty free and vegan nail polish brands on Logical Harmony, but I often get asked what my personal favorites are. When it comes time for a cruelty free manicure, these are the brands that I find myself going back to time and time again. Their formulas are wonderful, the color selection is great, and they wear well.
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NCLA recently launched a new collection of nude nail polishes. While this cruelty-free and vegan brand has been producing high-quality nail polishes and nail wraps for years, they had yet to do a collection of nude shades. I was so excited when I first heard the news! NCLA provided me with all six shades to try out and wear.
Typically, I avoid nude shades of nail polish. The shades are never quite right and always seem too light, lacking dimension, and just not pretty shades. I was intrigued by The Nudes collection from NCLA becauseI knew that these shades would be truly different than any other nude nail polish shades I have tried in the past.
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When I first heard about Ella + Mila nail polish, I was intrigued by their adorable packaging and color selection. Hearing more about Ella + Mila had me even more interested. Ella + Mila is not only cruelty free and vegan, but was created because the founders wanted to create a high-end nail polish line that was also eco-friendly. They release new collections of shades often.
I received a few bottles of Ella + Mila nail polish to try out and wanted to share my thoughts here. In this post, I will be sharing my overall thoughts on each shade that I used.
Claims: “With a passion for color and dedication to healthy beauty, the founders strive to provide fashion-forward lacquer without compromise. Often likened to the staying power of gel, the much-appraised Ella+Mila formula is a luxury innovation that lasts long without harmful chemicals. In addition to being chip-resistant, quick dry and high shine, Ella+Mila nail colors contain no Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin or Camphor, making it a five chemical-free product.”
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One of the most buzzed about cruelty free nail polish removers is Zoya Remove Plus Nail Polish Remover. For years, I have been hearing nothing but great things about this Zoya nail polish remover. Yet, for some reason, I resisted buying it until very recently. I figured that it was about time I gave it a try and could not wait to review it here on Logical Harmony.
Claims: “Clean and prep nails while moisturizing, nourishing and fortifying the nail plate for guaranteed extended polish wear. Nails are left without a trace of nail lacquer, without streaking or staining, hydrated and ready for a base coat.”
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When the January Vegan Cuts Beauty Box arrived recently, I realized that I have been using this service to try out new cruelty free and vegan beauty goodies for a long time. It has been really exciting to see Vegan Cuts grow and develop as a company, and to think back on past boxes and realize how far they have come. I really enjoyed both the November and December boxes. I was eager to see what items were in the January Vegan Cuts beauty box.
Some ended up being long time favorites of mine and others were completely new to me.
The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription service that delivers several cruelty free and vegan items directly to your door. It can also be shipped worldwide! Prices start at $19.95 per month. It’s a great way to try new brands and new products without the commitment of buying the full-size version.
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