What is Green Flash?

We've been talking about it for over a year: Green Flash is the innovation we didn't dare dream about!

This 3-step base coat, colour, top coat routine is a real alternative to traditional gel nail polish. If you don't know about this new Manucurist polish range yet, this blog post is made for you!

Clean & Green for you and the planet

Manucurist is the first nail polish brand to offer a super innovative gel polish formula that combines staying power with eco-friendly credentials.

9-free and with no “bad ingredients” (sensitising monomers, hydroquinone or endocrine disruptors), Green Flash doesn't make you suffer to be beautiful!

To top it all off, it is made in France and of biomass origin. Our bio-sourced ingredients mean there's no need for petrochemicals and further depleting non-renewable resources. And that's good for the environment!

 

Quick & easy for beginners who want a pro result

The Green Flash routine follows the same three steps as ordinary polish.
One layer of Base Coat for staying power, two coats of colour for a vibrant manicure and one layer of Top Coat to protect it all!

The added bonus? You pop your hand under the LED lamp between each coat and it dries in no time. It's THE solution for anyone seeking a pro result at home and long-lasting, high-shine colour for 10 days.

Removing it is also child's play: all you need is an acetone-free gel nail polish remover. Green Flash is easily removed like ordinary polish without damaging your nails.

 

 

Is it something you've dreamed about? Manucurist has made your dream come true!
After more than a year of research, we found a clean, green alternative to traditional gel nail polish. If you want a pro manicure at home, Green Flash is made for you!

Do you want to know more about Green Flash? Read our 10 tips to keep your Green Flash looking good for 10 days!
Don't forget to share your manicure experiences with us by tagging us in a post or story on Instagram (@manucurist)! We'll be happy to repost ;)

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