Tuesday, 20 September 2016

SUBSCRIPTION BOX REVIEW- HUE nail polish Adventure Collection

Some days I like pamper myself with a glass of wine, a nice bubble bath and facial at the end of a long day. If I have time I might even put a fresh coat of paint on my nails because I sure don't have time to visit the salon all the time! I've been fortunate enough to learn how to do my own nails at home, which let me tell you, saves a ton of time and $$$. My current nail polish obsession is Square Hue polishes. A huge thanks to the Square Hue team for spoiling me with these lovely polishes!

Square Hue is a subscription service with a mission. The brand has set its standards high and delivers a 7-free clean formula, one of the cleanest in the industry, cruelty-free, vegan-friendly and proudly made in the USA. SquareHue was intentionally created with the purpose of funding organizations that are changing the world. Currently a portion of all monthly subscription proceeds are donated for prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and prosecution of human traffickers, through The A21 Campaign. How amazing is that?!

I loved how pigmented the colours were. I got to try Ikaika (purple), Nani (orange), and Akamai (green) from the Adventure Collection. The formula was very smooth and the polish spread very well on my nails. I needed just one coat of the Ikaika and two coats of Nani and Akamai to get vibrant, long lasting colour. I didn't even need a top coat because the finish was super shiny, especially Akamai because it had a bit more metallic shimmer than the others. These polishes do not contain Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP, Camphor, Ethy Tosylamide, Xylene, or Formaldehyde Resins and are Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP) free. Oh and did I mention they are all vegan and cruelty-free?!?! I can definitely appreciate that!

Even though I have an impressive nail polish selection, I was happy to try three shades I didn't already have. You can check out the Square Hue website if you want to learn more about the subscription service, or to see what new colours you can find in their singles shop by visiting https://squarehue.com/

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