Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Review - Priti Yacht Week in Croatia Nail Polish

DESCRIPTION: 342 - Painters Pallete (Perylene maroon)


Butyl Acetate an organic compound common used as a solvent. Colorless, soluble found in many types of fruit. Such as red apples and used as flavoring in candy, and baked goods. It also has the sweet smell of banana.

Ethyl Acetate an organic compound has a pungent smell like pear drops. It is colorless and used as a solvent.

Nitrocellulose a long lasting film forming agent derived from cellulose.

Acetyl Tributyl Citrate colorless non-toxic liquid used as a food adadative.

Phthalic Anhydride/Trimellitic Anhydride/Glycols Copolymer intermediate for the synthesis of surface coating in dyes and adhesives.

Isopropyl Alcohol the non-toxic alternative to formaldehyde

Stearalkonium Hectorite a thickening agent to make sure all the glitter doesn't sink to the bottom.

Adipic Acid/Fumaric Acid/Phthalic Acid/Tricyclodecane Dimethanol Copolymer an organic compound used as a food flavorrant ingredient found in mushrooms, and lichen.

Citric Acid obtained from citrus fruits. All colors are FDA approved.  $13.50 each

I fell in love with Priti NYC when I tried their soy nail polish remover.  I was excited to try the Yacht Week in Croatia Fall 2012 collection in Painter's Pallete.  Deep colors such as this are perfect for the holiday season. 

The bottle comes with the beautiful Priti NYC logo flower on it.  Its just dainty and sweet.  I love Priti for being very girly.  The formula is thick and very consistent. You could get away with one coat.  If you go for two, make sure you have ample time to dry.  I wore for three days before I saw any chips.  This is a darker shade so wear a base coat and for longer wear, use a top coat. 

The line is enviromentally friendly and the formula is even FDA approved.  If you like variety and daintiness, I would suggest giving Priti a try.  You will fall in love just like I did!


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