Introducing the Glory Story Easter Collection. These seven speckled creme beauties collaborate to tell the greatest story ever told. The Glory Story collection presents a basket full of classic speckled eggs in a panoply of pastel polishes. Welcome the season and bring home the collection today!
Garden Plot is a soft mint creme with black glitter speckles. Garden Plot channels the season'snew green growth done up in a pastel polish.
Crime of Passion is a pale petal pink creme polish that echoes the soft blush of spring blossoms. The luscious base is woven together with speckles of black glitter.
Royal Pardon is a pale thistle creme polish that recalls the lavender-toned blossoms of spring wildflowers. It has black glitter flecks throughout for that perfect-for-spring speckled egg look.
Rolling Stone: A deceptively simple white creme with black glitter, Rolling Stone is a must-have polish. Its secret is its versatility: from subtle sophisticate to sweet and innocent, its only boundaries are the ones that you set.
Rise N' Shine is asweet pineapple pastel creme accented with black glitter. It's the perfect polish to lift up your spirits or usher in spring.
Hope Renewed is the delicate blue of an Easter morning sky distilled into a creme polish with black glitter speckles. It's a good mood you can brush onto your nails and carry around with you all day.
Heavenly Sunrise: A pastel apricot creme polish sprinkled with black glitter, Heavenly Sunrise is like the early light of dawn and joyful hope for a new day.
Due to the heavy nature of the pigments required to make these adorable pastel cremes, color separation occurs at an accelerated pace in this collection. The colors blend back together with ease by gently shaking the bottle before use.
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Nail Polish Ingredients
All polishes are made using a 5-free base. They have:
No Formaldehyde Resin
All Polishes DO Contain:
Nitrocellulose, Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Ethyl Alcohol, Triphenyl Phosphate
Additionally, Polishes MAY Contain:
Heptane, N Butyl Acetate, Acrylates Copolymer, Ethanol, Propylene Glycol Methyl Ether, FD&C Lakes, D&C Lakes, Tin Oxide, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide, Ultramarines, Micas, Synthetic Flourphogopite, Magnesium Myristate, Magnesium Fluoride Coated Aluminum Mixture (Spectraflair - for holographic polishes), Cosmetic Glitters
If you have a question regarding if a particular polish color has a "may contain" ingredient, please contact us personally and we will let you know. Please know that we do NOT use Arminex base for our polish.
Holo ... what? It can be confusing to figure out all the different terms used to describe polish, and some people might define terms differently than you are used to. Here is how we define the terms we use to describe our polishes.
We define chunky glitter as anything that is bigger than micro-sized. These glitters would be easily seen when a polish is applied.
The word crelly is a mixture between cream and jelly. The consistency of a crelly tends to be on the thinner side, but not as thin as a jelly. Many times these crellies contain varying sized glitter. At Nail Hoot, when we use the term crelly, we are always referring to polishes with chunky glitters.
Duochrome polishes appear to shift between two colors when viewed at various angles and lighting.
Flakies are particles that can range from micro to large sized. These particles can be seen in the polish when it is worn. A flakie can compliment a polish, or stand out in contrast. Some flakies (such as UCC) shift colors.
Flash is like a glance of another color within the polish when viewed in various lighting or angles. Flash can be heavy (where the shift would be seen at almost all times), light (every once in a while it will catch your eye), or in between.
Holographic (Scattered Holo, Linear Holo)
Holographic polishes show special color changes when viewed in the direct sunlight.
Linear holographic polishes have color changes that resemble a flame on the nail. This is the most pronounced type of holographic polish.
Scattered holographic polishes have color changes that are scattered throughout the nail. It is typically more of a subtle holographic and does not exhibit a flame.
Jelly polishes tend to be very thin. They're designed to be at least semi-transparent. Sometimes this is because there is glitter one would be unable to see otherwise. Another popular use of jelly polishes is to do nail art in between coats, to give the art a floating look.
Microflakies are flakies with a very small size. They are typically more pronounced than shimmer.
Microglitters are very small glitters that can serve many purposes. Holographic microglitters would give a scattered holographic look. Colored microglitters would give dimension to a polish. Polishes with glitter should always be topped with a layer of topcoat to smooth out the glitters and make the polish shine.
Multichrome polishes appear to shift between three or more colors (can include hues within the same color) when viewed at various angles and lighting.
Shimmers are like a special added twinkle in the polish. Shimmer can compliment a polish, or stand out in contrast. Shimmer can be heavy, light, or in between.
UCC stands for Ultra Chrome Chameleon. This special flakie is metallic and has color changing properties.
All Nail Hoot polishes are 5-Free.
All Nail Hoot polishes are handcrafted with care.
All Nail Hoot polishes are cruelty free.