Suncoat Water-based Nail Polish

In my May 2014 Eco Emi, received a bottle of what appears to be Cinnamon.

The bottle didn’t give me a name, but the shade range on Suncoat’s website  indicates that this orange-toned bronze  is Cinnamon.

From their website: 

 

In Suncoat water-based nail polish – the chemical solvents (toluene and acetates etc) are replaced by water. Toluene and formaldehyde-free nail polish is only one step forward while Suncoat water-based nail polish is a revolutionary advance!

 

Suncoat water-based nail polish contains ~70% water. When applied, water vapor is released in to the air, not chemical fumes. Thus Suncoat water-based nail polish is:

 

  • environmentally friendly
  • does not dry or discolor nails
  • virtually odor-free
  • non-flammable
  • Mineral pigments and natural ingredients

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The chipping occurred during a shower. I wore it through a suds n’ scrub session to see how it held up.

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Apart from the chipping, it applies rather thinly. You can see the grooves and creases in my nails. It was also difficult to take off with Zoya Remove+ . I had to literally peel off the nail polish to get it off.

I don’t think I would try another shade from this nail polish range. I wasn’t impressed enough to seek out other colors from their line. I appreciate the attempt to create a more natural nail color product, but it doesn’t perform as well as Zoya and other brands.

8 responses to “Suncoat Water-based Nail Polish

  1. Aww. :-( It’s nice that people are trying new things in polish, though!

    Also, I peel my normal nail polish off all the time…I’ve had the same bottle of nail polish remover for like 5 years! To be fair, the polish does just sort of pop off my weird nails, so there is that.

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