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Swatched: Sheswai Nail Lacquer

I have not heard of Sheswai Nail Lacquers before but I’m sure glad I know them now!

I like my nail lacquers to be free of “harmful” chemicals (at least less chemicals, yes?). Afterall, there’s no such thing as organic nail polish … is there?

Sheswai Nail Lacquers are “3 Free”. Meaning they are free from formaldehyde, toluene, or dbp’s. I noticed that when I use regular nail polish, my nails turn yellow and it remains yellow for a long time!

Stoned – smooth pebble grey with a touch of lavender and a hint of shimmer. I am a fan of taupe and nude shades. It’s office appropriate. My photos doesn’t do justice. It’s really a gorgeous shade!

Just don’t mind my dry cuticles and hand. Look at the nail polish color!

Baddass – a rich metallic espresso chocolate color with flecks of bronze. I wore this one the longest. Because I love it’s name. Because I like to think that I am Badass.

This lasted for about a week. I decided to take it off when it started to chip.

Ladylike – Coral rose with a hint of shimmer. This one is very girly. The color goes with almost anything!

What I like:

  • They are “3 Free”.
  • The consistency and easy application. You might have to use 2 – 3 coats to get full coverage.
  • Sheswai caps are made from sustainably harvested wood, grown on family owned tree farms
  • They are available in Dubai!!
You can get Sheswai Nail Lacquer from Green Beauty Box. They have a lot of colors to choose from. Also, a portion of Sheswai sales is always given to organizations that help educate and sustain our planet! Cool, huh?
Go check Green Beauty Box for your organic skin care and beauty fix. More info about them here.
Disclaimer: Products were given to me for review purposes. All opinion are 100% unbiased and uninfluenced. For more info, read my Disclosure Policy
Mom, Partner, Sister, Daughter, Friend. Pinay Blogger currently living in Dubai, UAE. I blog about expat life, beauty, food, being a mom … and everything else in between.

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