Sheswai Nail

Fersure Nail Lacquer

$16.00

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What: A sexy deep-crimson nail polish that’s “3 free”—sans formaldehyde, toluene and DBPs.
 
 
Who: Anyone who loves colorful nails (and sustainable materials).
 
 
Why it works: Get richly pigmented, super glossy nail lacquer. The formulas deep opacity ensures vivid, even payoff—even after just one coat. Bonus: The caps are custom made from sustainably harvested wood grown on family-owned tree farms.
 
 
*shades may vary
What it contains: Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Nitrocellulose, Polyester Resin, Trimethyl Pentanyl Diisobutyrate, Triphenyl Phosphate and Diacetone Alcohol.
 
 
What it doesn’t contain: Formaldehyde, Toluene and DBPs.
How to use it: 
-Brush lacquer over nail with slow, even strokes.
-Apply a second coat for maximum coverage.
-Let dry completely. 

About The Brand: Sheswai Nail

Founder Debbie Leavitt blended her of love of health and wellness with her passion for polish with the launch of Sheswai Lacquer in 2009. 

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Customer Reviews ( 1 )

  • my favorite nail polish by lzyscovich

    I just bought my second bottle of sheswai fersure nail polish. All the Sheswai polishes go on smoothly and have lots of color. The polish sort of smooths out after you apply it, before it dries, so it has a really nice finish (no brush marks). The cap is nice to hold, and the bottle is simply lovely. The polish goes on light, so it doesn't make a big mass of polish on your nail, just a thin smooth coat of gorgeous color. The fersure color is a gorgeous crimson red, my favorite color red (hard to find, most reds have a candy sort of color these days). Use 2 coats for Sheswai polish, directly on the nail (no base coat) for the best results. One thing I noticed is that you shouldn't go out into the sun to apply the polish, my previous bottle seemed to dry up a little bit after I did that a bunch. Now it's in front of the TV for me! If it's too hot outside it might dry the liquid up a little (still usable, it just goes on thicker and is more difficult to apply)

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