I did this manicure a while back thinking these colours would be perfect for a fall manicure….you be the judge, but I definitely feel this screams holidays and presents more than leaves and crisp autumn air.
There’s something about RGB polishes that put them just a step above the rest of the 5-free world. Sea, this beautiful, deep, rich teal colour is no different.
I have been playing around with different combinations of nail polishes to find some fun looks. This look is a subtle colourful take on the traditional french manicure. Instead of the usual neutral pink, I’ve substituted Sheswai’s polish in Stone. Sadly, they don’t sell this colour anymore, but What is the closest colour match in their current collection. The colour I used as the tip highlighter is HIPP by RGB in 1, which is a standard pale beige colour. Of course I want this look to last as long as possible so I use Spa Rituals 3 step manicure system.
Hope that you like this look!
I really like the range of RGB colours and one particular colour really caught my eye, but I just couldn’t get over the name: Ox Blood. But then a little while ago EcoDivaBeauty.ca brought in a colour called Garnet which I liked just as much. It’s a really pretty, deep red shade with just the right amount of warmth and sparkle.
Yes, I know that nail polish and nail polish removers are full of chemicals, even if they are of the “green” variety. Frankly, these products are just slightly more green by eliminating the most harmful chemicals. I am no stranger to gel polish, so the transition to this kind of remover was not a big shift for me. For those of you who are used to using standard nail polish and drug store or salon nail polish removers be prepared for a bit of an adjustment when switching to something like this. That being said, these worked way better than I expected.
I am really liking this company’s products! The nail polishes I have tried haven’t disappointed and this colour is no exception. Haze is a really pretty lavender-grey with great coverage and staying power. It was on day six that I finally got a chip. Six days!
I am very curious to find out what would happen with the RGB top coat?
All in all this brand is impressing me and I can see myself owning a few more colours in the very near future….
EWG Rating: 5 (c’mon, it’s nail polish. What’d you expect?)
$19 from ecodivabeauty.ca and select salons and spas
The colour I saw on the EcoDivaBeauty website was quite a bit different than what actually arrived, but I have to say I am much happier with this colour! It is a great beige neutral that is right on trend for fall.