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Carnation

Nail polish
Regular price £14
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Green: a bio-based, vegan, cruelty-free range.

A low-key pearly sheen against your skin.
This sentimental, pale pink deserves its place on the podium.
A lush watercolour tone. For a pert and pretty feel!

📦 Free shipping when you spend £39 or more!

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Green: a bio-based, vegan, cruelty-free range.

A low-key pearly sheen against your skin.
This sentimental, pale pink deserves its place on the podium.
A lush watercolour tone. For a pert and pretty feel!

📦 Free shipping when you spend £39 or more!

butyl acetate, ethyl acetate, nitrocellulose, isosorbide dicaprylate/caprate, adipic acid/neopentyl glycol/trimellitic anhydride copolymer, alcohol, mica, stearalkonium bentonite, CI 77891, CI 77742, etocrylene, acetyl tributyl citrate, diacetone alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, trimethylpentanediyl dibenzoate, CI 77491, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, CI 77499, phosphoric acid, tin oxide, alumina, silica, CI 19140, bambusa vulgaris extract, tocopherol

81.5% bio-based

Step 1 - Base coat

Apply the 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 gel polish?

No, the Green range is a collection of regular (clean) nail polishes. The Green Flash range is a gel nail polish alternative.

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.

Should you always start with a base coat?

Yes, the base coat acts as a protective layer, shielding your nails from the pigment.

Should I keep the polish in the fridge?

No, you should keep it at room temperature, in a dry place.

Clean, green nail polish