|I wish I had more coral colors in my closet|
I first heard about RGB while reading a post from Garance Dore. She talked about this manicurist to the stars who was getting nausea from the smell of nail polish and found RGB to work for her since they contain more natural ingredients than other brands out there. So I gave it a try and spent double on what I would normally dish out for Essie or OPI which also has no Toluene, Formaldehyde and DBP but alas, the fumes are still present maybe a little milder?
Since I wear nail polish quite often (not so much lately though), I guess I wanted to buy something that's suppose to be "safer". I end up buying a couple of bottles at full price but then I bought a looot more when I took advantage of a Cyber Monday sale as well as some InStyle promo codes. I was able to get these pricy polishes at 50% off which ends up being the same price as Essie polishes at drugstores.
My RGB nail polish collection:
|Punch. Notice color separation which is hard to get rid of even with continuous mixing.|
|Hipp and RGB collaboration polish foundation in F2|
|Mink. Again, color seperation.|
|Haze. This one gets compliments.|
|Plum: rich dark purple|
|Ox blood. Great for a dinner date.|
|Sea. Shiny dark Emerald color for your punk/goth side.|
|Coral. Great for beachy vacations.|
|Dove. This one gets many compliments for some reason.|
|Top coat and base|
I'd recommend RGB for the colors and for people who don't need to use their hands a lot :)