Introducing: GLOSSWORKS - 9-Free Nail Polish & Nail Care

Thursday 5 October 2017

GLOSSWORKS - 9-Free Nail Polish
GLOSSWORKS are one of the latest brands to pop up on LoveLula and their launch means that it's now easier than ever before, to find nail polishes which are free from the main toxins that many beauty fans are actively avoiding.

Currently, the GLOSSWORKS range is home to 12 shades of nail polish (with more on the way!), and they also have several nail care products which include base coats, top coats, cuticle oils and a nail polish remover. The whole line is cruelty-free, suitable for vegans and the 9-free formulas mean that there's no Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Toluene, DBP, Camphor, Paraben, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide or Lead, in any of their products.

I was first introduced to the brand via LoveLula's brilliant beauty box which is one of my favourite natural and organic subscription boxes on the market here in the UK. Since then, I've been testing out some of their other products to give you a little overview of what GLOSSWORKS has to offer. 

GLOSSWORKS 3-in-1* (9ml, £12, link)
For an easy manicure to do at home, a good quality base and top coat is essential, but why not try combining the two? This multifunctional 3-in-1 product serves as a base coat, top coat and as a nail hardener and delivers wonderful long lasting shine. It dries relatively quickly and helps to prevent staining and chipping so that your new mani looks good and stays on for longer.

GLOSSWORKS Nail Polish in Name Of The Rose* (9ml, £12, link)
If you're after a new hot pink for your nail polish collection, Name Of The Rose is the shade to pick up! I've been wearing this on my toes for what seems like all Summer and it looks equally as pretty on the nails as well. The 9-free formula is fantastic as it glides on smoothly in two easy coats and has a gorgeous gel-like finish to it. I did experience some minor chipping after two days when I wore this on its own, but you can usually get an extra day or so if you use a top coat or the 3-in-1 with it.

GLOSSWORKS Nail Polish in Tanfastic Nude* (9ml, £12, link)
Although there are a couple of bright shades available, this collection is currently a slice of heaven for anyone who loves their more natural looking pale pinks and neutrals. One of my favourites for everyday wear is Tanfastic Nude, a creamy tan nude shade that sometimes looks a little grey or pink in different lights. It's one of those shades that seems to go with everything and again, the 9-free formula was a dream to apply in just two coats.

GLOSSWORKS Nail Polish Remover* (100ml, £12, link)
Lastly, I wanted to give a quick mention to their nail polish remover as it can be difficult to sometimes find a decent quality nail polish remover that's kinder to nails. This one is acetone-free and is enriched with Argan Oil and Vitamin E to be gentle on the nails, whilst swiftly removing all traces of nail polish. Heads up though - it does mostly smell like regular nail polish remover, but has a hint of grape fragrance so it's not as bad as some others.

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