Maggie Anne Nail Polishes
I absolutely love the brand Maggie Anne. They do some of the best Vegan nail polishes I have ever tried.
They recently Kindly gifted me the shades Emma (rather fitting don’t you think) which is a beautiful lilac mauve colour (it is described as a peachy pink however I find it to have some purple undertones when on the nails). Very neutral but a little more than just a nude. It is a few shades from nude however close enough that it can go with most fashion looks.
I also have the stand out shade Susie. This is a deep red carpet red with a shimmer. The shimmer is a goldy bronze effect. I have literally been wearing this one for all of Christmas and New Year. It is the perfect special occasion and festive colour. Or to add a bit of glam to your everyday looks!
Maggie Anne are not only 100% Cruelty free but all of there range is 100% vegan. They are 6 toxin free gel effect nail colours. They leave a beautiful high glossy shine gel like finish and last for a good amount of time with no chipping.
They are made without the three most common chemical found in nail polish (Toluene, DBP and Formaldehyde) however they are also free from three other dangerous chemicals (Formaldehyde resin, camphor and THTP).
This means they are suitable for pregnant mummies to be and also anyone undergoing any form of treatment. This is something I had never even considered when I was pregnant so this is amazing to know!
The colour is very highly pigmented meaning you can get away with one coat. I would suggest two coats for a high cover gel effect finish. They dry very quickly making painting my nails a much easier and quicker process. And something I now do much less often. Maggie Anne have a huge range of colours from plain shades, to shimmer and glitter shades. They have lots of beautiful deep shades for this winter so be sure to check them out!!
I am super happy to have found this brand and would recommend them to everyone. Not only are they Vegan but they work much better than there non-vegan counterparts! Highly recommended!
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