Kure Bazaar is one of my favourite natural nail polish brands. They are 85% natural and I find that they stay the longest on my nails, along with Zoya & Intensae, out of all the green brands I’ve tried.
I recently had a manicure using Kure Bazaar polish at the Clean Cult event back in July and I chose the colour Cashmere* which is a gorgeous shade of grey. I’m now part of Love Lula’s Blogger Scheme so I’ll be working with them on future posts and as part of my first selection, I chose this nail lacquer as I absolutely loved it on my nails.
Kure Bazaar’s lacquers are four-free, 85% natural and made with wood pulp, wheat, cotton, potatoes and corn. They’re free from camphor, formaldehyde, toluene and dibutyl phthalate. Whilst they’re not the cleanest on the market, I’d rather spend my money on nail brands who are 3 or 4 free and last on my nails, than ones that are 5-11 free and last less than one day. I do have quite oily nails so polishes don’t tend to last that well on me however I could get up to two days wear out of this polish (without a top coat) before it starts to chip on the ends of my nails.
I have around 4 or 5 Kure Bazaar shades in my nail collection now and I don’t think it will stop there. Their shade range is amazing & the colours are gorgeous. You can see a photo of this shade on my nails on my Instagram.
Browse Kure Bazaar’s range at Love Lula.
Have you tried Kure Bazaar polishes? What did you think?
BUTYL ACETATE, ETHYL ACETATE, NITROCELLULOSE, ISOSORBIDE DICAPRYLATE/CAPRATE, ADIPIC ACID/NEOPENTYL, GLYCOL/TRIMELLITIC ANHYDRIDE COPOLYMER, ALCOHOL, STEARALKONIUM BENTONITE, STYRENE/ACRYLATES COPOLYMER, SILICA, DIACETONE ALCOHOL, BENZOPHENONE-1, TRIMETHYLPENTANEDIYL IBENZOATE, PHOSPHORIC ACID, ALUMINA.