September 2016

Best Nail Products for Summer

Summer is all about showing more skin and a great way to highlight your summer glow is with fabulous hands and feet! We’ve rounded up the hottest shades and best products for sporting perfect nails.

Quimica Esmalte Endurecedor Nail Hardener, $8.07
After trying almost every nail hardener out there we can venture to say this is the best one of them all.  Our nails turned strong and beautiful when used as a base coat for a few weeks. It really works!

Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat $9.99
Seche makes the shiniest top coat ever and extends the life of your manicure!
Tip: Make your manicure last longer by adding a fresh coat of top coat a few days later.

 

Priti NYC Soy Nail Polish Remover Wipes, $10
These individually wrapped polish remover wipes are eco-friendly but still get the job done.  Perfect for traveling!

Essie Cascade Cool Nail Polish, $8
This fun bubble gum pink has a hint of lavender for the perfect fun summer shade.  It looks great on nails and toes alike!

NARS ‘Thakoon’ Nail Polish, $18
The designer’s collaboration with NARS is full of amazing polish shades like Kutki, this minty blue. 

Deborah Lippman “RUN THE WORLD (Girls)” Set, $45
Nail art is a huge trend right now and a set of polish makes finding complementing colors easy.  Mix and match your mani-pedi with pink and purple, or our favorite shade “It Girl Yellow.”
Tip: If you’re hesitant to try a bright shade, try an “accent nail” and let your ring finger stand out.

O.P.I Nail Apps, $18.80
If you aren’t artistically inclined enough to be free-handing designs on your own nails (who is?!), nail stickers make trying the nail art trend easy.  O.P.I.’s nail apps are the best we’ve tried.  They’re super easy to apply and dry instantly for a flawless patterned nail look.

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2 Responses to “Best Nail Products for Summer”
  1. Joanna says:

    You should totally check out Jacava nail polish, they’re so gorgeous and absolutely fantastic – I love them!!!

  2. As far as the Quimica base coat, I am a bit concerned as to how much formaldehyde is in it (it is listed on the packaging). Almost all polishes made in the USA no longer contain formaldehyde, toluene, or DBP. Most people confuse “hardeners” with “hydrating” base coats. Nails on most women are flexible, not hard. In almost all cases I’ve seen most women who keep polish on and get regular manicures every 2 weeks by educated nail technicians have nails that improve within one month. And formaldehyde base coats can be more of a false sense of proper nail health to most women. :)