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Even if you're not a tree hugger, swear by patchouli, or love bamboo made clothing doesn't mean you can't relate to the constant nuisance of dry and brittle nails. This ailment is very common for those throughout the winter season but for some it's a 365 day problem. Luckily for us, Kur by Londontown is our latest nail maintenance arrival that also happens to be made from clean and earth living ingredients that will heal your nails naturally. Choose from a nail hardener, cuticle oil, nail cream or the five piece Londowntown Nail Treatment System as seen on bellasugar.com! It includes every item in the range such as the lacquer remover, cuticle oil, nail hardener, nail cream and top coat to completely nourish dry, brittle nails. All products in the system work in harmony to repair weak nails with natural extracts, vitamins and minerals.
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NEW from the makers of our favorite nourishing nail treatments, LONDONTOWN has released a line of fabulous nail lakurs! These stylish polishes are formulated using the same restorative nail science LONDONTOWN is famous for.
Starting with 8 shades, 3 staples and 5 seasonal colors, each lakur was inspired by and named after a London mainstay. All polishes are 5-free, vegan, gluten-free, and cruelty-free, and developed to reinforce nail strength, preventing nails from breaking, cracking, and splitting.
We love how easily lakur applies, and how pigmented and shiny the polishes are after only 1-2 coats. We also appreciate the blend of vitamins and minerals infused into the product, enhancing and healing nails at the same time.
Discover the 8 fun lakurs below!
Chelsea Porcelain (white): Named after England's most distinguished fine porcelain crafters.
Chim Cher-ee (black): An ode to Mary Poppins' Bert profession.
Teatime (nude): Named for the long-standing British tradition.
Thames from the Eye (teal): Namesake is the London Eye, a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of River Thames.
Guarded Jewel (ruby red): Inspired by the crown jewels, located in the Tower of London.
Purple Reign (lilac): A fun take on a Prince classic, purple is the color of royalty.
Radlett (pink): Known for their beautiful gardens, Radlett is an affluent village in the UK.
Weekend Cheers (coral): Created for London girls taking a weekend holiday
LONDONTOWN lakurs are best when combined with LONDONTOWN kur Nail Hardener.Read More »
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You may have come across terms like 3-Free, 4-Free, or 5-Free in the past when shopping for nail polish. But what does that mean? b-glowing.com is here to give you the 411 on what your lacquer is leaving out!
3-Free: When you see 3-Free on a nail polish, it means it is made without the use of: Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), or Formaldehyde.
4-Free: When you see 5-Free on a nail polish, it means it is made without the use of: Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, or Camphor.
5-Free: When you see 5-Free on a nail polish, it means it is made without the use of: Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, or Camphor.
What are these ingredients? Why are they used in the first place?
Toluene: Helps polish go on smoothly. Also found in gasoline, rubber cement, and shoe polish. Inhaling products containing toluene causes light-headedness, nausea and even unconsciousness and sometimes death. It's also linked to developmental damage for pregnant women.
Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP): Prevents your polish from chipping and cracking. Also found in adhesives, printing ink, and plastics. It's been designated a reproductive and developmental toxin.
Formaldehyde: Makes polish tough and resistant. Most commonly found in nail strengtheners, not polish. It's also directly linked to nasal sinus cancer and the development of leukemia.
Formaldehyde Resin: A less toxic version of formaldehyde, this ingredient is still considered a skin allergen that can cause dermatitis.
Camphor: Helps polish adhere to your nails. Also used as a moth repellent, used in the embalming process, and found in fireworks. While it is less hazardous than the "Toxic 3", it does cause skin irritation and is poisonous when ingested in large doses. Nail biters beware!
b-glowing.com is proud to carry a wide range of 3-Free, 4-Free, and 5-Free nail polish brands that we love. You will easily find bright, bold, beautiful colors that are long-lasting and SAFE! Here is a list, start shopping now!
- The New Black
As we lounge on our beach blankets, browsing our favorite beauty magazines, we often stumble upon reviews of beloved b-glowing.com products, being hailed as must-haves by the editors. This week was no different. Find out what's been making headlines here!
Marie Claire featured creative nail art designs, submitted by top beauty bloggers in 'The Nail Files'.
Deborah Lippmann Happy Birthday: This gorgeous nail lacquer has a clear base, with medium-sized rainbow glitter in traditional colors. You'll love how this polish looks alone, or as a top coat for any shade. Perfect for any celebration!
LONDONTOWN Chelsea Porcelain: Named after the most distinguished English crafters, this solid off-white lakur is formulated 5-free, and infused with vitamins and minerals to enhance the healing of your nails, while also providing long-lasting shine.
Glamour magazine showed readers the products used on Wolverine actress Rila Fukushima, in their 'Shop Our Shoots' feature.
Beauty and fashion blog Refinery29 gives their top product picks for fighting humidity this season.
rahua Hair Wax: This versatile styling product is made with 100% natural, organic ingredients and is also vegan and gluten free. We love how this formula allows us to control frizz and create our favorite styles, without looking greasy.Read More »