A range of nail polish that's 84% bio-based for as many manicures as you want.
This verdigris is an ashen pigment. A versatile blue polish.
It veers to green if you hold it up to the light.
A Caribbean colour suffuses us with joy every time.
📦 Free standard delivery when you spend £79 or more!
✨ Free express delivery when you spend £99 or more
Plant-based ingredients extracted from natural, renewable sources
Products made in France
Our aim is to develop products without using ingredients that come from animals or the farming of animals
Recyclable packaging, FSC cardboard and biodegradable packing peanuts
Products formulated based on a strict blacklist
butyl acetate, ethyl acetate, nitrocellulose, isosorbide dicaprylate/caprate, adipic acid/neopentyl glycol/trimellitic anhydride copolymer, alcohol, stearalkonium bentonite, CI 77891, acetyl tributyl citrate, isopropyl alcohol, etocrylene, diacetone alcohol, CI 77510, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, trimethylpentanediyl dibenzoate, CI 19140, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, phosphoric acid, alumina, bambusa vulgaris extract, tocopherol
How to use Green polish
Step 1 - Base coat
Apply Green Base Coat capping the edge properly, then allow to dry.
Step 2 - Colour
Apply your favourite Green colour capping the edge properly, then allow to dry. Repeat step 2 so you have 2 thin coats of colour.
Step 3 - Top coat
Apply the Green Top Coat capping the edge properly, then allow to dry.
How to remove the polish
Use the Green Nail Polish Remover with sweet almond oil to moisturise your nails after removing the polish.
Is Green polish a kind of gel?
No, the Green range is classic nail polish. The Green Flash range is an alternative to gel polish.
Can I mix two ranges (e.g. Green and Green Flash)?
No, each formula is unique and made up of different ingredients. So you should never mix them.
Must you always start with a base coat?
Yes, the base coat acts as a protective layer, shielding your nails from the pigment.
Must I keep the polish in the fridge?
No, you must keep it at room temperature, in a dry place.