Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Benecos Natural Nail Polish in Peach Sorbet - Review*



For a long time, natural cosmetics had a bland, generic look, limited product choices and, generally, high prices. However, this is no longer the case because at Benecos we offer bright, modern, cruelty-free products all at affordable prices. Our products are natural and organic and our make-up range is filled with a variety of colours, so say goodbye to dull and boring and hello to the vibrant and dynamic world of Benecos colour cosmetics! The Benecos range is BDIH certified except the happy nails nail polish range which is now free from 8 harmful chemicals (toluene, formaldehyde, camphor, phthalates, parabens, silicones, TPHP and colophony). Over 72% of our products are vegan, this means that they do not contain any animal ingredients or derivatives and that our products contain less harmful chemicals than other cosmetic brands. We are continually developing our products to ensure effectivity and results to bring you the best natural and organic products possible. Our team are constantly on the lookout for the newest make-up trends to make sure our cosmetic collection remains modern and fresh.

Benecos Natural Nail Polish, Peach Sorbet is a beautiful on-trend pastel creamy peach shade reminiscent of hot summer days eating sorbets. No base coat is needed with Benecos Nail Varnish but for even longer-lasting chip-free nails finish with a coat of our Nail Polish in Crystal.

I've never really been one for nail art or anything like that, but I do like to take care of my nails. The second product I liked the look of to review from Mypure this month, was this Benecos Nail Polish in Peach Sorbet. With nail colours, I've always preferred darker reds, pinks and everything in between as I think that's what suits my nails best. I tend to steer clear of light colours though as I can't cope with applying so many layers to get a good outcome. So I was a little disappointed with this colour as I thought it looked dark enough to skip all the layers. I ended up needing two or more layers of the product, and as you can see from my photos above I may have needed more. This was a shame as I really like the Peach Sorbet colour as I find it really pretty and Spring-like. Besides this colour, I actually have quite a few shades that I'm in love with and use quite often from Benecos' range so I think it's about finding that perfect shade for you.

This product was sent to me to review, all views are my own.

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