You can still beautifully decorate your nails in a variety of colors, styles and patterns without harming animals or the environment. From gel to multi-toned colors, these polishes skip the cruelty but keep a bold and clean finish. Why not try them all?
#1 Ncla’S Bikini & Martini Gelous
For a cruelty-free nail polish that’s right on trend, look no further than NCLA’s Bikini & Martini Gelous polish. This LA-based brand aims to provide you with cruelty-free, vegan, and 7-free nail colors that will have your nails living their best chip-free life. Your nails will pop with the peace of mind that no animals were harmed in the making of your high-quality nail shine.
#2 Barry M Under The Sea Colour-Shifting Nail Paint
Cruelty-free and 100% vegan, the Barry M Under the Sea collection beckons you to channel your inner mermaid. A colour-shifting, two-toned formula, the dynamic, duochrome colours complement every complexion and add shimmer to any outfit. With 12 gorgeous shades to choose from, your nails will glisten as magically as the mermaids that inspired the collection!
#3 Covergirl Outlast Stay Brilliant Nail Gloss
Cover Girl (Coty)! The company contributes minimally to politicians and PACs and it’s distribution is 74% Progressive.
#4 Taylor Made Polish”Green Beauty Garden” Polish Collection
From the company: We are a patent-pending Make Your Own Nail Polish experience that was founded on the principles of clean and cruelty free beauty. We invite customers in to our studio to come behind the scenes and create their very own color or they can purchase ready-to-wear polishes from 250+ color selection. Our Taylor Made Polishes have earned the Leaping Bunny Certification which is the gold standard for cruelty free certifications. Aside from being cruelty free, we’re also paraben-free, 10-free, gluten-free and vegan.
#5 Satrell Bold And Bright Nail Polish
This color is the perfect way to be bold this summer. Satrell’s polish is long lasting and makes a statement, all while being cruelty free and free from harsh chemicals.
The recommendations of products and books within this article where sourced from industry experts. Their names and websites are listed below.
Adina Mahalli from Maple Holistics
Jess Rodley from Thrivo
Amy Jo Miller from Goods Unite Us
Vanessa Ungvarsky from Taylor Made Polish
Britta Loftus from Satrell