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Finally! Kester Black have dropped the first of their annual colour collection for 2015. In perfect autumn/winter hues, there’s got to be at least one of the four new colours to suit everyone. The legends at KB sent me some of the new colours to try along with their new Water Based Nail Polish Remover.
I haven’t seen a nail colour like Quartz before; a greyed purple polish that goes with just about any warm outfit. The colour itself reminds me of a super comfy jumper or blanket that you just want to snuggle up in. If you’re looking for a new pink shade, Petra is a sandy pale pink that takes your standard pink polish to another dusty level. There are two other colours in the range; Rust, which is a wicked rich brown polish that’s super on trend and Perennial is a bold salmon hue that will add a burst of colour to your winter ensemble.
These four shades are a welcome addition to the already extensive Kester Black nail polish collection. My favourite things about these polishes is their pigment (two coats and you’re done), their longevity (I can go at least a week without a touch up) and of course the range of colours available. The amazing artwork for the latest collection was created by Anny Wang, Copenhagen Spatial Designer and Visual Artist. Seriously check her out online, she’s amaaaazing.
While you’re checking out the new shades, take a gander at Kester Black’s new Water Based Nail Polish Remover. You would think that this stuff wouldn’t have the power to remove such long-lasting polish but with a cotton pad, a bit of this white peach scented concoction removes your stubborn polish, no problemo! This acetone and acetate free formula also contains aloe vera and vitamin e to nourish and strengthen the nails.
As always, Kester Black products are Australian made and owned and vegan friendly (accredited by Choose Cruelty Free, Cruelty Free International and Vegan Society Approved). The polishes are Five Free, which means that they contain no toluene, DBP, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin or camphor (mate, I hardly know what any of those things are, I don’t want them near me!) so they can be safely used by chemotherapy patients, pregnant peeps and little legends.
I can’t wait to see more colours added to the Kester Black collection in 2015, I’ll keep you posted when they’re heading our way!