Heroine NYC – Son of a Beach Nail Polish Review

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I’m back with another nail polish color from Heroine NYC’s Beach Babes Collection. I’ve tried and reviewed Bubblegum by heroine.nyc already and there are four cruelty-free and vegan nail polish colors in their Summer 2019 collection, this week I’m trying out Son of a Beach.

Son of a Beach – heroine.nyc

Color: Son of a Beach is a torquoise creme nail polish color.

Price: $10 on heroine.nyc

Formula: Good, smooth formula. Opaque and full coverage in 2 coats. Very even application. Non-streaky.

Wear Test: lasted 3-4 days without chipping.

Comments: Son of a Beach by heroine.nyc is a beautiful shade of turquoise blue, it’s giving me all types of beach, ocean, and vacation vibes! I was really impressed with the formula, it was incredibly smooth and opaque.

If you enjoy bright and fun nail polish colors but without the neon, you’ll definitely like Son of a Beach. It’s a very wearable vibrant color!

Son of a Beach – heroine.nyc

Ingredients: All of heroine.nyc nail polish are not tested on animals, vegan (no animal-derived ingredients), and 9-free; meaning none of their formulas contain Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Toluene, DBP, Camphor, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide, Triphenyl Phosphate, Parabens.

Where to buy? on heroine.nyc’s website.

PR or Purchased? In full disclosure, heroine.nyc sent me their nail polish to try. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed are always 100% my own.

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