2011 has seen and increase in natural and organic products as more and more people want to sway away from nasty chemicals and additives in not only their food but in their beauty products as well.
Priti NYC was launched in 2005 following the creative founder Kim D’Amato’s need to be natural on the inside as well as the outside. Priti NYC is an organic, non toxic and three free nail polish range; which means Priti does not contain the nasty chemicals toluene, dibutyl phthalate (DHB) and formaldehyde.
To celebrate the recent availability of Priti NYC Nail Polishes to Australia, I was sent a bottle of polish to try myself in the colour Deerjerring.
Deerjerring is a gorgeous vibrant pink that is on trend with current colouring blocking for Spring/Summer 2011. The polish was surprisingly opaque and you could easily get away with one coat however for a more vibrant look, I’ve applied two.
As a fan of OPI’s Pro Wide brushes, I did find that the Priti brushes are smaller however, with a steady hand the polish applies fine. The polish was quick to dry and I had a good four day wear (with Sally Hansen Mega Shine Top Coat) with only slight wearing on my tips and no major chipping.
I would recommend Priti NYC Polishes for those who look for vegan, non toxic, cruelty free or three free beauty products without compromising on quality or colour selection.
Priti NYC retail for $17.95(AUD) or $12.50(USD) and can be purchased online at PritiNYC.com or for Australian stockists visit the importer here.
As mentioned above, this polish was sent to me however; all opinions provided in this post are honest and I will be purchasing from Priti NYC myself in the near future.