For this week’s Vegan Mani Monday, I wanted to share Sienna Byron Bay’s Eden Collection!
All of Sienna Byron Bay nail polish are cruelty-free, vegan, and non-toxic.
Since they’re based in Australia, it’s Spring/Summer season during this time of year and so the Eden Collection features 5 Spring nail colors.
The inspiration behind Sienna Byron Bay’s Eden Collection is they wanted to keep it simple and look to the native Australia flora for their palette.
Eden Collection – Sienna Byron Bay
Below are the swatches of each nail polish on my nails.
Fleur – Sienna Byron Bay
Described as a Blushing Bride Pink Creme.
Opaque after two coats but because of how light the color is, it can look a little streaky. So I like to apply a third coat to even it out and get a fully opaque coverage.
This is a beautiful pale baby pink color.
Elm – Sienna Byron Bay
Described as a Misty Jade Green Creme.
Opaque after two coats. This is a little thicker formula but it does have a nice and even application.
Loving this pale moss color on my nails!
Helena – Sienna Byron Bay
Described as an Apricot Blush Creme.
It appears to be a sheer formula at first but it can work up to an opaque coverage with 3 coats. I have on 3 coats of Helena in the photo.
This is a gorgeous nude nail polish color with an orangey undertone.
Peony – Sienna Byron Bay
Described as a Cherry Blossom Pink Creme.
This is definitely one of my favorite colors by Sienna Byron Bay. It’s a pretty pink color. An opaque formula that applies evenly. Full coverage after 2 coats.
Florence – Sienna Byron Bay
Described as a Magenta Plum Creme.
Opaque after 2 coats. A very nice and even
Review: Sienna Byron Bay Eden Collection
What’s in each nail polish? All of Sienna Byron Bay nail polishes contain No Formaldehyde, No Toluene, No DBP, No Synthetic Camphor , No Formaldehyde Resin, No Xylene and No Tosylamide. They also do not contain Benzophenone-1.
Ingredients: Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Isopropyl Alcohol, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer,
May Contain +/-:
Ci 15850 Red 7 Lake, Ci 15850 Red 6 Lake, Ci 77499 Black Iron Oxide, Ci 77891 Titanium Dioxide, Ci 15880 Red 34 Lake, Ci 77163 Bismuth Oxychloride, Ci 77491 Iron Oxide, Ci 77510 Ferric Ferrocyanide, Ci 19140 Yellow 5 Lake, Ci 77000 Aluminium Powder, Ci 60725 Violet 2, Ci 47005 Yellow 10, Ci 77007 Ultramarine Blue
What do they smell like? Although Sienna Byron Bay claims to be the cleanest nail polish formula available, they still do have a nail polish smell to them. It’s not nearly as potent or strong as
How long do they last? I’ve worn Sienna Byron Bay nail polish up to
Made and Shipped from? Sienna Byron Bay is based out of Australia. That’s also where my package was shipped from.
Packaging: Zero-waste and Plastic-Free. All of Sienna Byron Bay packaging was recyclable. The polishes came in small individual boxes and the parcel box was stuffed with paper filler. No plastic was used whatsoever.
Sienna Byron Bay wooden nail polish caps are made from local non-native sustainable timber.
How much do they cost? USD$19.50 or AUD$25
Where can I buy them? On Sienna Byron Bay’s website but if you’re in the US or Canada, I would recommend buying them from Petit Vour or The Green Jungle Beauty Shop (Canada) to save on shipping costs.
PR or Purchased? In full disclosure, Sienna Byron Bay sent me all 5 nail polishes. 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.