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I was recently sent some lovely new products to try by the lovely people at Sparkle PR!
The exciting news is that Sensationail have launched a brand new range called Nailtural. These amazing vegan nail polishes contain 85% bio sourced ingredients – such as potato, corn and wheat! Interesting!
As well as being environmentally friendly, they are 10 free meaning they don’t contain a lot of the toxic chemicals commonly found in nail polish!
It’s always fun to try out a new product and so I was really pleased to have the opportunity to try these.
There are 20(!) shades in this range and I was sent 2 of them, along with some cuticle oil.
I absolutely love the packaging of these products, the bottles are a lovely shape and I’m obsessed with the wood effect lids. So cute!
I am always looking for cuticle/nail care products so I was excited to try the Nailtural cuticle oil.
It comes in a polish bottle with a normal polish brush so application is nice and easy.
The packaging states it contains almond oil so I expected it to have a scent, but it doesn’t actually smell of anything. I didn’t mind that at all.
Once applied the oil absorbs easily and leaves the skin feeling soft.
So now onto the polish swatches!
First up is Poppy Patience which is a peach toned orange creme. This one has quite a runny formula so you need to apply with care. I used 2 coats no topcoat. It’s a pretty colour for summer!
The second shade I’m showing you is Peaceful Peony. Now this one surprised me, I normally feel like pale pinks look terrible on me, but this one actually looks ok! It’s a classic baby pink creme.
As with most pastels, Peaceful Peony was a bit patchy on the first coat but it evened out really well on the second coat. The formula was better on this one, less runny.
I used 2 coats, no topcoat.
I was excited to try these products and they will make a nice addition to my collection. The colours are simple, but classic and very wearable.
You can pick up these Sensationail products here for £9.90 each.
What do you think of vegan, environmentally friendly cosmetics?