Revolution Beauty has released a set of Holographic Nail Polishes for £5. They each have ml and have a 12-month shelf life once opened. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
This is a continuation of my 5 by 5 post in December. Just a quick catch up and video in this project pan.
With Christmas around the corner, it’s time to look to the next year and starting up my new project pans. I’ve decided to do a few, this one is the 5 by 5 project pan.
The basic rules of this Project pan are to pick 5 polishes and use them for 5 months. I’ve added a few rules of my own to help me use my collection.
I’m going to pick, one holographic polish, one cream polish, one topper, one metallic and one free choice.
I also want to choose in a theme so all the polishes work together in some form. It’ll help me use them up.
The skull nail polishes are £4 each from Revolution Beauty or Superdrug. They have 12.5 ml of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened (although nail polish doesn’t really expire). They are vegan and cruelty-free.
Calling all Holosexuals, Cristine has released nail polishes. There’s a launch collection that costs $60 (£66.70 including shipping to the UK). You can also get the polishes separately for $11-$13 each. They have 12ml of product and a 12-month of shelf life once opened (although nail polish doesn’t really expire). They are vegan and cruelty-free.
Revolution now has nail polish. Along with the usual cream colours they released a set of neon polishes. I bought two at £4 each. They have 10ml of product and 12-months shelf-life once opened. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
As part of the House range of Boots Harry Potter offerings, there is a set of four house themed polishes.