I’ve become a major fan of 100% Pure over the course of the last year and recently they impressed me again with their new line of nail polish. I chose these three colors not even thinking of Valentine’s Day but it must have been on my subconscious because they are seriously the most perfect V-Day trio ever. This all natural makeup and skincare company came up with a truly magnificent creamy nail color formula that are “10-free” – free of formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, camphor, formaldehyde resin, xylene, parabens, fragrances, phthalates, and animal ingredients.

100 Percent Pure Pink Nail Polish Review - Valentine Manicure Ideas

Probably one of the most non-toxic nail polishes on the market right now and it performs so well! These glide on smoothly without any drag and they dry fast, but not so fast that you have to rush the application. Solid tones are even and opaque – even for the lighter colors (the shimmery ones are more translucent though). I tried it them in the shades I Heart You, First Love, and Juice. And I decided to create three super easy DIY Valentines Day manicures to show off these pretty colors.

100 Percent Pure Pink nail polish review swatches

Look 1
Look 1 - Valentines Day Manicure
Look 2
Look 2 - Valentines Day Manicure

Look 3
Look 3 - Valentines Day Manicure

I am just dying for them to come out with a series of purple shades, which they’ve told me is coming soon! In the meantime, I’ve also tried Seafoam and Cloud and these are also some stunners. Some of the most creamy and opaque pastel polishes I’ve ever experienced. They’re $12 each and come in .5 fl oz bottles. Find more fruit pigmented cosmetics at 100% Pure. Click Here!

*DisclaimerThis post includes free samples but I do not receive compensation for these posts and I would not be reviewing and recommending these products if I didn't absolutely love them. All opinions are always my own. This post also contains an affiliate link which means if you click on it and make a purchase I'll receive a small percentage.

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