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Why you should switch to non-toxic nail polish: As a nail polish lover, I love trying nail polishes of different brands. However, a lot of them, especially those from drugstores, are particularly toxic with dangerous ingredients. Because of the safety concerns, I started to learn from some professional magazines and got to know that there are some safe nail polishes with the claims of "5-free", "7-free", etc. There are the most common ingredient formulas: 5-free contains no formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, formaldehyde resin, camphor 7-free contains no formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, formaldehyde resin, camphor, ethyl tosylamide, xylene 10-free contains no formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, formaldehyde resin, camphor, ethyl tosylamide, xylene, parabens, acetone, TPHP, TBHP, gluten Best brands recommended: Olive & June Olive & June is from an LA-based nail salon that just started to join the nail-care industry. Their salon is quite popular, and their nail polishes are 7-free and affordable with good quality. The polishes are super-long wearing, vegan, and cruelty-free. Orosa Orosa's nail lacquer is really a good choice if you are kind of impatient as their nail polish has a quick-dry formula, and is made without 14 controversial ingredients. RGB RGB is really a cost-effective choice as one bottle of polish can last you for about a year if you get manicures frequently, for example, two times per week! Besides, their polishes are chip-resistant, leaving a protective layer for your natural nails. Sundays This brand's bottle shape and brush are optimized for clean and quick application. Their formula is cruelty-free, 10-free, and vegan. What's more, the shades of their nail polishes are gorgeous with a glossy finish! Jin Soon This brand is created by Jin Soon Choi, who is a celebrity manicurist and famous nail artist. Her nail polish collection is not only with beautiful colours but also safe, which are 10 free with UV filter protects. Actually, many of the shades were named by the models including Jamie Bochert, Hyoni Kang, and so on. Chanel Chanel is a luxury brand, and their nail polishes are of really trendy shade. I love how rich their colours are, and their nail polishes really help me to catch up with the fashion by coming out of the seasonal collections quickly! What's your favorite nail polish brand? 
Which is better: Jinsoon or Orosa?
Today I wanted to compare these two polishes. I never used to think of brown as a neutral, and I had never worn brown polish until recently. Now I love it! There’s nothing like a chocolatey nail look to make bright colors in outfits or accessories pop. First up, the JINsoon - Dulcet . All of Jinsoon’s polishes are priced at $18. Jinsoon is formulated without 10 common harmful ingredients: Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP, Formaldehyde resin, Camphor, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide, Triphenyl phosphate, Parabens, and Lead. They are vegan and not tested on animals. The polish itself applies smoothly, and j get good coverage with two coats. It has the typical nail polish smell, but it dissipates quickly as the polish dries very fast. This shade, Dulcet, is a light brown that works very well as a neutral. I’ve found that this and other Jinsoon polishes last about 5-7 days before I start to get any chips—that’s pretty impressive since I type all day for work, play with my dog, cook, etc. For these reasons, this polish gets five stars for me. Next up is the orosa - Pure Cover Nail Paint in the shade Dune. All of Orosa’s shades are priced at $12 each, and they are free of 14 potentially harmful substances. They are also vegan and cruelty free. The polish itself has the typical nail polish smell. It dries pretty quickly, but the brush is fatter and wider than the Jinsoon brush, so I ended up applying too much polish on some nails, which caused them to take longer to dry. It took me three coats to get the opaque coverage I wanted. The color is really nice; it’s a deeper chocolate brown than the Jinsoon. Sadly, it started to chip badly within 3 days, despite Orosa’s claim that it should last 7. Once I got one chip, it all started to come off. For the longer wear time and more convenient brush, I prefer the Jinsoon over the Orosa. However, I think both are great brands that are doing a great thing by formulating their products without potentially harmful ingredients, and I also love that they don’t test on animals! #CheriePartner
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