Honeybee Gardens, WaterColors, Camelot, 0.5 fl oz (14 ml) (Discontinued Item)6 Reviews
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0.17 lbs (0.08 kg)
- Product Code: HON-55702
- UPC Code: 665013557028
- Package Quantity: 0.5 fl oz (14 ml)
- Dimensions: 1.1 x 1.1 x 2.7 in, 0.1 lbs (0.05 kg)
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- Water-Based Nail Enamel
For those who want an alternative to solvent-based nail enamel, we've got the solution for you! Our unique water-based polish is totally odor-free! No more nasty fumes. But perhaps best of all, there's also no need for toxic smelly nail polish remover - this product removes with rubbing alcohol, vodka/grain alcohol or our new Odorless Polish Remover! Thanks to our new patented technology, there's nothing else like it on the market!
Shake well. Apply at least 2 coats. Let dry completely. Apply clear coat under darker colors. Remove weekly with rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol. Wash with soap and water after removing polish.
Water, water-miscible acrylic, polyurethane formers and thickeners, non-ionic soaps. May contain: Ultramarine blue, carmine, mica, iron oxides, titanium dioxide.
iHerb Customer Reviews
Happy with colour and coverage. Shake it well. I put on 2 coats and it stayed on well for 1 week, even in salt water and walking on the beach!
Some reviewers complain that Honeybee Gardens nail color does not last, but I have had the opposite experience. It is actually hard for me to remove! Very long-wearing on my toes. I do not use it on my hands because I do not like the look of colored fingernails - I find it distracting. COLOR: Great for fall, hard to describe. An auburn, russet reddish color with golden overtones. I selected this color to sort of complement my auburn hair. Will wear in fall, but prefer Tuscany shade for spring and summer. Plan to try darker shades this winter.