Mint Chip at Midnight Polish by Knocked Up Nails

Mint Chip at Midnight Polish

₱699.00 ₱550.00
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SHADE: A cool, refreshing mint green

CLAIM TO FAME: Nail polish that’s safe for expectant moms, children, and even allergy sufferers

FAST FACTS: Smooth, shiny finish; long-lasting, chip-resistant color; free from toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBP, and camphor; also gluten-free, cruelty-free, and vegan

PERFECT FOR: Any preggy ladies, but also recommended for people with allergies, cancer patients and children

WHAT YOU GET:(1) bottle Mint Chip at Midnight Polish
NET WEIGHT: 0.50 fl. oz

Apply two coats to clean and shaped nails.

Everyone thought self-proclaimed “funtrepreneur” Ashley Judge cooked up another crazy idea when she decided to launch her own line of nail polishes targeted at expecting women, moms, and kids. Come early 2012 and Knocked Up Nails hit the shelves. They were an immediate hit with the market. True to name, their polishes use a five-free kid-friendly and maternity-safe formula exempting harmful chemicals such as toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) or camphor. Another bonus? They’re vegan, gluten-free and cruelty-free to boot. Get long lasting, chip resistant, color with just one swipe!

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Refreshing Mint Green!

Knocked Up Nails Mint Chip at Midnight nail polish is a cool, refreshing mint green that glides effortlessly on the nails. It has a smooth, creme finish that dries into a glossy one as well. It is very easy to use. It is also long wearing and dries quickly. I love how I get long lasting, chip resistant, color with just one swipe!

11 months ago
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This color reminds me of China Glaze Mint but this one tends to be a little bit greener or mintier if you know what I mean. But unlike the one from China Glaze, I find this Mint Chip at Midnight Polish from Knocked Up Nails a little bit easier to work with. It also needs work. I find I need three coats to achive full opacity. It dries down quickly too.

11 months ago