Smith and Cult: Your New Favorite Nail Lacquer

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This edgy new nail polish company is every polish junkie’s kryptonite! We have fallen head over heels for this polish line with the most creative names and a color selection you could only dream of. You may be thinking, “can a nail polish really be that great?” to which we would enthusiastically reply, YES!

Smith and Cult was launched in 2014 by Dineh Mohajer. Beauty junkie, Mohajer, first created the widely popular brand Hard Candy, as she wanted to create bold and unique colors to wear. Her talent for crazy colors transferred into her nail lacquer line. Not only does Smith and Cult showcase some incredible colors and glitters, it also is one of the best wearing nail polishes on the market! Reviews alone will tell you how this chip resistant lacquer lasts much longer than others.

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Another big selling point of Smith and Cult polishes is that the formula is created with an exclusive 8-free formula! That means each polish is formulated without the harmful ingredients Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Camphor, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide or Triphenyl Phosphate.

This bold beauty line is 8-free, has incredible wear time, a smooth and shiny coverage, a color palette you will crave, and a bottle so chic you will want to keep it on display! As if that wasn’t enough to sell you on this nail lacquer line, Mohajer also invents some of the most unique names that she takes from personal experiences and influences. Don’t believe us? Try telling your friends that you’re sporting the shade ‘Cut the Mullet,’ ‘Psycho Candy,’ or one of our absolute favorites ‘Gay Ponies Dancing In The Snow.’

You’re sure to turn heads with these chic, bold, and beautiful nail lacquers. Friends and coworkers will be astonished how great your mani looks by week two. And don’t blame us when you decide to ditch all your old nail polish for the creme de la creme from Smith and Cult.

Beauty Coach Team

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