Here is what I have about the company and the polishes from Naughty Nailz:
Naughty Nailz is a new company. Our polishes and treatments are made with the highest quality base and free of cancer causing chemicals like toluene, DHP and formaldehydes. Naughty Nailz is also manufactured in America. Part of the Naughty Nailz vision is to give back . A portion of the profits will go towards a program or programs helping to educate children. We are still in the process of choosing an organization to work with.
Now for the fun stuff... Naughty Nailz is made naughty by the polish names. There is an X line, and XX line, and a XXX line. (6 polishes in each) There is also a great line of "Treat Me Naughty" nail treatments to accompany the sexy colors. Naughty Nailz is a practical everyday product that is a lot of sexy fun as well. The polish labels will always be removable for that mom who wants to wear "Nipplebiter" but doesn't want the kids to know.
The names are definitely what makes these polishes special. Don't get me wrong; there are other good things to be said about this line, but it's obviously mostly about the names. And yes, there is a color named "Nipplebiter". We will see that one in a couple days.
With that, I warn you that these are for sure, NAUGHTY. If you think these names may offend you, don't read on. Or just look at the pics. :c)
There are three collections, so I will be doing three separate posts. There is the X Collection the XX Collection and the XXX Collection. The X Collection, which I will be showing swatches of today, have pretty mild naughty names. But with each added 'X' the names get more scandalous! But the colors also get better too, so I recommend you stay on for the duration of the ride. (No pun intended)
On to the swatches!
Lip Service - This is a pinkish red creme. When I was in 8th grade on a field trip, a friend and I made up the name "rink" for a sweatshirt she had because you couldn't call it red and you couldn't call it pink. It was rink. That is what this reminds me of! Not very sexy, huh?! It is bright, but also slightly muted, if that makes sense.
Morning After - When I first looked at this bottle I thought it was an orange-red, but now I think it is a red-orange. But kind of coral? It's a coral-red. How's that? Nice and bright. I really like this one.
Sextasy - When I look at this I think "raspberry cosmo". I don't know why. Just a word/nail association I guess. This is a bright magenta, sort of fuchsia shimmer. I am really having a hard time categorizing these colors, aren't I?!
I have to rave about the formula, first and foremost. Wow. I really mean that. These are awesome. They go on so smooth, you could call them polishes that "apply themselves". Especially the cremes. All the cremes I debated showing with only one coat. They are pigmented enough, and are not the least bit streaky. I did do 2 in the end just to ensure the swatches were real nice. The only one that did not play as nice as the others was The Big "O" but it's a white so I kind of feel it can get away with it. It was still two coats, but they were thick coats.
Also, these polishes dry super fast. I didn't try myself, but I bet you could get away without using a quick dry top coat. While doing my swatches, I had done the first coat and was going back for the second in about a minute, banged my nail on the edge of my desk and thought "Just great. I have to start over". But then I looked, and there was no ding. Seriously. I couldn't make this up! The only downside I see so far, and you will see more of as we go on with this collection, is that there are so many reds and pinks. That is not usually my thing when it comes to polish. I must say though, that I am enjoying these reds and pinks more than I thought that I would.
Naughty Nailz has yet to launch their website. If you are interested in these colors you can email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check them out on Facebook. The polishes retail for $8.95.
Stay tuned for part 2!
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