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Review of Suncoat Water Based Nail Polish

Fingernails with Suncoat Water Based Nail Polish in Beige

Fingernails with Suncoat Water Based Nail Polish in Beige

The latest brand of water based nail polish that I tried was Suncoat. It is a Canadian company that was founded in 2001. Suncoat offers both non-peel-off and peel-off polishes. This beige color is one of their non-peel-off polishes. I will be trying the peel-off kind next!

Things I Like About Suncoat Nail Polish:

  • The bottle contains a good amount of polish (15ml).
  • I did not notice any smell while I painted my nails.
  • The polish is colored with mineral-based pigments and carmine.

Things I Do Not Like About Suncoat Nail Polish:

  • The nail polish started chipping already the first day that I wore it, even with a layer of clear top coat. All my nails were exposed at the tips after five days. There are other water based nail polish brands that last longer.
  • The color 31 Beige was much darker and more of a metallic copper color than it appeared to be on the Suncoat website. I was looking for a nude nail polish that matched my skin color, but this was too dark for me.
  • I really did not like the Suncoat nail polish remover. It smelled really bad to me. It was almost as bad as conventional nail polish remover. For most removers from water based polish brands I do not have to open the window or turn on the bathroom fan. With Suncoat I had to throw out the trash bag containing the cotton rounds I used with the remover, since it was making the whole bathroom smell. Suncoat also makes another type of remover that I would like to try.

For a full review of Suncoat nail polish visit the nail polish blog Pretty Painted Nails.

One comment on “Review of Suncoat Water Based Nail Polish

  1. Pingback: Review of Suncoat Natural Nail Polish Remover Gel « Water Based Nail Polish

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