Maggie Anne Nails


I was introduced to Maggie Anne through a LoveLula Beauty Box* and is one of my favourite discoveries so far this year. I received shade Jasper which I have not stopped wearing! It is such a flattering nude, with a beautiful glossy finish.

I find the polish a dream to apply. The formula is thick enough to be able to get away with one coat (although I would recommend two), there is no streaking and the brush makes for a quick and easy application.

I loved this so much, I was left wanting more! I went on to try shade Grace* along with the Shine Like a Star topcoat* and the Strawberry & Grape Acetone-Free Nail Polish Remover*.

I have found this to be one of, if not the most, long lasting nail polishes I have used. I have been applying two coats of polish with one coat of Shine Like a Star on top. I’d say this can last a good four days before the first signs of chipping occurs. Obviously, this depends on the condition of your nails and what you do with your hands (I obviously don’t do a lot with mine)! I don’t know whether this is coincidence or not, but I have also found the condition of my nails to be the best they’ve been in a long time recently.

I only wish there were more neutral shades to choose from. If you like a bright polish, then you will be spoilt for choice, but I struggled to choose an alternative to Jasper. I went for Grace, which is gorgeous, but I will probably only wear this on my toes. More shades like Jasper please Maggie Anne!

The Strawberry & Grape Acetone Free Nail Polish Remover doesn’t disappoint either. It works as well as any conventional polish remover, but has a much more pleasant, fruity scent. I have used a couple of more natural nail polish removers and have found this to be by far the best performing.

Maggie Anne polish is toxin free: free from toluene, dibutyl phthalate, formaldehyde, foraldehyde resin, camphor and THTP; visit EWG’s Skin Deep cosmetic data base to find out more. They are also not tested on animals and are vegan friendly.

Have you tried anything from the Maggie Anne range?


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