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Wrenn Vegan Nail Polish & The Purrfect Accessory Review

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Wrenn Nail Polish was recently added to my list of cruelty-free and vegan nail polish brands and after verifying their animal testing policy, I was excited to get my hands on some of their beautiful colors!

I got to try 3 of Wrenn nail polish in the colors: Sweet Dreams, I Know Guac is Extra, and Peaches N’ Créme.

About Wrenn

  • Wrenn started as a jewelry company
  • Expanded to include nail polish inspired by their druzy stones!
  • All of Wrenn polish are cruelty-free and 100% vegan
  • Wrenn polish are 5-free
  • Based in Southern California
  • Price: $12 USD

Wrenn Nail Polish

I thought all 3 nail polish colors were beautiful! They were opaque with the exception of Peaches N’ Creme which wasn’t as opaque as the other two.

Sweet Dreams and I Know Guac is Extra was surprisingly full-coverage and only needed one coat of polish!

In the photo, I have on 2 coats of Peaches N’ Creme.

I noticed that the polish does dry down to a semi-matte finish, as you can tell from the first photo of Sweet Dreams. So for the following two colors, I applied a glossy top coat to get a high-gloss finish that I like.

I would definitely be interested in trying out some more of Wrenn’s other unique nail polish colors!!


The Purrfect Accessory

I also received some adorable accessories from The Purrfect Accessory which were so so so cute that I had to share!! I received their cat ring and cat bangle in rose gold.

The Purrfect Accessory is owned by Alissa, the creator of Wrenn and every purchase from The Purrfect Accessory helps to raise funds for animal rescues!


 

2 Responses
  • drsudoku
    March 6, 2018

    You are not understanding the way that Airbnb has explained its new hotel product. It”s not the same structure as its room/house business. That”s where this statement comes from. Also, some OTAs charge more than 15%, especially when you include other fees that can be charged to the smaller hotel groups with less pricing power due to their size. I”m not advocating for Airbnb here – lower commissions are lower commissions. And each hotel has its own contracts with OTAs, so these figures are quite opaque.

  • Megan
    March 1, 2018

    Where can you buy Wrenn Polish in Canada? I love that they’re cruelty free and have been eyeing some colours but last time I tried, they didn’t ship nail polishes to Canada.

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