One of the most common ways to remove nail polish is with acetone, a super-strong solvent. The long-term effects of this chemical aren’t clear, but the dangers associated with its use are.
To avoid potential health problems associated with acetone, many nail enthusiasts are choosing acetone-free products, such as butter LONDON nail polish remover. butter LONDON is committed to keeping its fashion-forward customers healthy and beautiful by offering better-for-you solutions.
The effects of acetone-based nail polish removers are greater in children, especially if a curious tyke ingests the slightest bit. Keep all your chemicals in a safe place.
If you’re pregnant, it’s okay to occasionally use nail polish and a remover that contains acetone. Just be sure to wash your hands after removing nail lacquer with acetone. Some chemicals in these products can be harmful if you regularly use them, and can lead to birth defects and developmental problems in an unborn baby. A better option is to use the non-acetone nail polish remover by butter LONDON, which offers a safer choice.
Powder Room, a butter LONDON nail lacquer remover, is an acetone-free choice that is less drying and kinder to your nails. Plus, it has a heavenly powder scent. Pair Powder Room with a striking butter LONDON nail polish, which contains no harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, toluene, DBP or parabens.
Get in the spirit of spring with this season’s hottest lip colors: coral, orange and pink. These exotic, friendly shades are flattering for all skin tones, so every fashionista can enjoy the candy-colored hues. Use sheerer versions in a lip gloss during the day (like an Armour Beauty lip gloss,) and amp it up at night with an electrically charged hue from the Kevyn Aucoin cosmetics line.
Coral is the queen of lip colors this spring. Its bright hue matches any skin tone, can make your skin appear more golden and is perfect for virtually any of spring outfit. To make your lips look fuller, opt for a glossy coral lipstick or use the Ann-Margaret Opaque Lip Gloss by Armour Beauty.
Ready for something bold? Glossy or matte, orange lips freshen up tired winter trends. This color isn’t as forgiving as coral, so you need to make sure the shade of orange you use matches your skin tone, just as you would with a red lip color. If you’re not sure where to start, check out Armour Beauty’s Lucy Opaque Lip Gloss.
Spring is here and summer is right around the corner. For fashionistas, this means cleaning out your wardrobe to bring out lighter fabrics and introducing pops of color to mimic the changing of the leaves. For beauty junkies this means alternating different skincare options as well as changing up our hair routine. In Style magazine has made this easy on us in their Spring Special showcasing the best hair product options for the season.
Now more than ever consumers are concerned about what they put into their body, ingredients and the background of a brand. What's so wonderful about Rahua is that not only is the main ingredient harvested by tribeswomen in the Amazon but the ingredients are 100% natural! If your fresh new hair needs some added volume and hold then go green with Rahua's Voluminous Spray! Singer Corrine Bailey Rae also includes Rahua Conditioner as one of her key products to calm that gorgeous and curly head of hair. For added moisture, she loves to coat her hair in this, pop a shower cap on and relax for an hour before rinsing off.
For those who need some extra assistance creating a style then go with John Masters Organics Sweet Orange & Silk Protein Styling Gel adds body to the hair without being sticky. If ingredients are a concern for you then you can't go wrong with either of these brands!