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Hey Twinkle-Toes, Here’s Some Vegan Nail Polish!

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The joys of painting one’s nails is frequently ruined by the nasty smells of all the chemicals that come with it, or the hidden animal ingredients within it, but this vegan polish line seeks to remedy that. Chrome Girl is a highly pigmented nail polish that only requires one (!) coat before drying, because the colours are THAT vibrant.

According to founders Jaime Boreanaz and Melissa Ravo, the inspiration for the line came from painting their daughter’s nails and realizing how many harsh chemicals were in already-existing products. The brand boast celebrity clients such as Jennifer Hudson and Julianne Hough.

The line has not only gorgeous colors, but top coats that are also vegan, and polish removers with gentle scents. With a starting price of $12USD for individual bottles, we’ll have to give this line a try!

It’s a particularly welcome bit of news for nail-biters who want their vice to be cruelty-free.

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