I’ve featured the brilliant non-toxic nail polish from Little Ondine previously on the blog, but this latest one that I received in my Libbie Club box is definitely worthy of another feature all of its own!
Little Ondine is a unique nail polish that is completely non-toxic, natural, odour-free and simply peels off without the use of harsh removers. Despite this however it still manages to be fast drying, hard-wearing, and available in incredibly glossy, fashion forward shades. They even have glitter top coats including this very beautiful Radiance polish, which contains an abundance of tiny holographic glitter particles.
This polish can be worn on its own for a subtle look, or can be paired with coloured polish for extra oomph. I applied mine over a classic red shade and I was really pleased with the finish, which is super glossy and catches the light beautifully! The best part; unlike traditional glitter polishes which can be a right old pain to remove the Little Ondine Radiance glitter polish peels off quickly and easily.
The Little Ondine polishes have a really good brush that is wide and has a curved tip that fits to the base of the nail, ensuring a quick and precise coverage. Little Ondine recommend applying 2 to 3 coats and to avoid immersing your hands in water for at least an hour after application, to make sure that your polish lasts as long as possible.
Once you’re ready to remove the polish peels off pretty effortlessly, without the need for a remover, which is perfect if you have sensitive skin or eczema on your hands that can be aggravated by chemicals. It’s also great if you want to avoid chemicals because your nails are dry, brittle or damaged, or if you like to change your nail colour regularly.
If you want to try Little Ondine for yourself you can currently get 10% discount on the Little Ondine Nail Polish and Base & Top Coat Duo (various colours available, £16.11) over at the Libbie Club making it a great time to get your hands on this unique, eco friendly polish!
Have you tried Little Ondine polishes before?