I hope you’re well. Just stopping by to show off my favorite shade of red — “Cinnamon Girl” by Pacifica Beauty. I will continue visiting the nail salon at least monthly for pedicures, but I decided to stick with the DIY approach for my manicures. I’m never completely satisfied with how my nails turn out when I get them done professionally anyway, so I figured I’d save myself the coins and keep my manicures in-house. It’s such a stress reliever for me and cuts down on my exposure to toxic fumes. Plus, the Pacifica Beauty brand of polish is free of the typical nasties like toluene and formaldehyde.
I purchased this polish at Sprouts years ago. When used in combination with the Pacifica top coat, I can go over a week chip-free. “Cinnamon Girl” is more of a holiday red so I guess you can say it’s Christmas in May over here.
What’s your go-to shade of red non-toxic nail polish? Do tell.
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I love this brand of nail polish. I also checked out a few of your other posts. I followed you and do not regret it. I just started my blog and am looking for some support, would you mind checking my blog out? Thank you so much! 🙂 ❤
Thanks for stopping by and reading, Emma! I will check out your blog!
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Yes yes to all the above. I watch Netflix guilt free whilst doing my manis and pedis. It may be my control issues BUT mine always turn out better 😁 AND saving money feels amazing AND I get to choose my own polish brand (love Pacifica, but the cinnamon would be way too bright for my skin!) I just need to start doing paraffin on my own callused, ok andpaper, beat-up-from-what-I-do hands. (I’ve paid $5 for one that’s coconut oil but don’t do it regularly and never do it myself) Any DIY suggestions? Can I use household items I already have?