Innisfree Eco Nail Polish Review & Swatches

Innisfree is a Korean Eco Beauty Brand with a number of cosmetic and skincare products. I’ve tried a few things and recently purchased these Eco Nail Polishes (I can’t find ingredient details anywhere!) because there were so many pretty shades to choose from (over 60!).

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Overall I’m not sure what I think of the Korean and Japanese nail polishes I’ve used so far. They can be on the gloopy side.

I bought 4 shades of Innisfree Eco polish:The lids feel cheap, but the short stumpy bottle is quite cute overall so I’ll let that go. I bought 4 shades that felt springy like a clear with giant glitter particles, a pale pink, a lime snot green and a sparkly pink.

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First up is the strange clear polish (well more murky). This polish has large particles of glitter in it – quite odd I guess it could work on top of something else. I think they chunky bits look a bit lonely alone:

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Next no 3 is a soft baby pink. It’s a classic shade, quite nice but nothing spectacular. The formula is a little thick for my liking:

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No. 15 is a snot green – my favourite! It just works really well I think:

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No. 47 Sparkly Pink – it looks a lot more metallic rather than just glitter in the product photo so I am a bit disappointed – this is a bit too random and not shiny enough for my liking. It sort of really sticks to the nail and not in a good way:

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Overall these polishes are cute, the colours are nice but the formula is just average. It’s not that easy to apply and it’s quite thick. It lasted about 2 days on me.

I bought these from eBay they were about £4 each.

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