HJ Manicure Luxury 5 Free Nail Polish Review
I love nail polish. I’m definitely a nail polish addict and love nothing more than trying brand new nail polish brands. I don’t worry about the ‘nasties’ in the nail polish, but I know many do so if you like a 5 free polish, you could try HJ Manicure range of 5 free luxury nail polishes which are £9.50.
HJ Manicure are a luxurious boutique nail polish range created by Helen J designed to bring goodness to the hands and feet. Each of the polishes are free from toxic toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBP and Camphor. These 14.8ml nail polishes are cruelty free and vegan, in a range of 20 different shades with a shade for everyone. The polishes promise to be easy to apply, fast drying, long lasting, low odour and professional in quality minus the toxins.
HJ Manicure Luxury 5 Free Nail Polish Review and Swatches
I have two shades from the range; Thunder Storm which is the prettiest pale lilac creme, and Peach Blossom which is a pastel peach with a very fine shimmer.
Thunder Storm: Thunder Storm is a soft cool grey/lilac nail polish, a flattering shade for all seasons and everyday wear.
Peach Blossom: Peach Blossom is a beautiful soft pastel peach shade, perfect for everyday wear.
The polishes are divided into four core shade ranges, Holiday (vivid, fresh and vibrant), Classic (must have classic shades), HJ Signature (an unique on trend collection with Helen’s favourite shades) and Nude (a collection of pretty nude shades). I like that the shades are all so wearable and they’d suit all skintones and occasions. They have a great wide brush which applies smoothly without brush strokes or patches, and once on the nails they dry quickly too. My favourite out of the two has to be Thunder Storm as I love anything lilac toned, but they’re both such gorgeous shades and are so perfect for spring.
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