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The Only Glitter Nail Polish You Need

Many of us shun glitter nail polishes because taking them off is one of the most painfully thankless beauty tasks ever invented. But with only two weeks until Christmas, we can’t be the only ones eyeing up the different colours, debating whether or not to just take the plunge. Glitter nails make the perfect addition to any Christmas party outfit, and if there’s a way to wear glitter nail polish without the hassle of taking it off, we want to know about it. With this in mind, we’ve discovered a range of stunning glitter nail polishes from the brand KURE Bazaar which are just as easy to remove as regular polish.

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KURE is one of our favourite nail brands with all of their polishes made from non-toxic ingredients. With some of these ingredients including corn, potatoes, cotton and wheat, their formulas are up to 85% natural. There’s no compromise on quality, however, as each polish applies smoothly and evenly, and lasts incredibly well. And as an added bonus, the brand is entirely cruelty-free, with none of their polishes being tested on animals.

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KURE Bazaar “The Good Nail Philosophy”: healthier nails in color, day after day – through the course of fashion & the seasons… of course!

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The main reason why this is such a fantastic nail brand is their peel-off base coat. Although this works best with their own polishes, you can use this under any polish (even glitter!) and when it comes to taking it off, it peels off in one swift motion. Again, the longevity isn’t compromised as this base coat doesn’t chip and lasts longer than your regular drugstore nail polish.

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There are fifteen new glitter shades this season, all in an array of different colours and effects. They have everything from festive chunky gold glitter to subtle finely-milled pink, all easy to apply and take off. In addition, each one can be built up in just two coats, and paired with a top coat and the peel-off bottom coat; your Christmas party nails are sorted.

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You can find most KURE nail polishes for £15 at Fortnum & Mason here, or on the KURE website.

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