Monday, 8 April 2013
Sheswai Lacquer for perfect nails
I have finally managed to grow my nails a bit so rather than hide my hands I've been giving varnishes a bit of a blast recently. But to my dismay my collection that has been festering in my drawer for months due to non-use (and out of the clutches of daughters) are all thick and gunky and not really on trend either. They might as well have had the use of them. So I took my begging bowl in hand to deputy ed of Beautyandthedirt who always has lots of samples lurking on her desk, to be recommended a new lacquer that I could play with...
She recommended that I check out Sheswai Lacquer from the USA and gave me a sample to try out. I know that committed beauty bloggers have been writing about this brand for a couple of years now but it is new to me and I really like both the colour range and the ethos. It also goes on well with two coats giving really good coverage and drying time being about average. Nice deep colour, nice packaging - what's not to like?
Sheswai Lacquer doesn't contain toulene, formaldehyde or DBPs. It has cool packaging and the caps are made from sustainable wood with the logo, which represents a golden tree and bird representing 'the freedom and playful nature of California which inspires us'.
I have found them for £12.50 on Mise beauty.