Who doesn't love colouring nails? Who can stand the various colour of nail polishes?
Who is concern about what's inside the nail polish?
Ah, yeah. We have same trouble then.
In my journey of searching for a better potion for nail colour, I found Innisfree's nail polish collection better than the other brand. It's free from pthalade, toluene, formaldehyde plus the other harmful things. It's not as perfect as 'nail polishes made of soy liquid and beetroot with rosemary!' for example (LOL), but it's not bad. I don't do so much manicure and nail-painting activity, so, I don't use too much nail polish--at least, not as often as using lip butter and lipstick.
For lip products, hey, I'm very strict! :D
Talking about these polishes, I like the fact that the applicator brush works nicely! It spreads the colour thoroughly, like...magic. It's instantly perfect on nails. Maybe, it's according to the good texture of the polish, too? :p Anyway, for a clumsy-painter-girl like me, it helps a lot.
I have 2 Innisfree nail polishes for now: number 42 and 43. Tender brick red and dusty rose.
I bought these two babies in Audra The Shop. I think this shop is quite remarkable, though the response can come a little slow--and they reply emails on midnight. Price? Good! But I trust this shop.
And...that's all. I just want to talk a little about this painting thingy. XD
Happy Tuesday, fellas! :)