Manucurist: 9free, cruelty free and natural nail polishes

From France comes Manucurist ; a brand with a single purpose: to make you happy with happy, natural and beautiful nail polishes. Their range of colors is very wide and they have invented the "Green Flash".

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Green Flash: semi-permanent natural manicure

What is Green Flash? It is the natural semi-permanent solution to conventional permanent manicures. They have invented a kit to achieve a "semi-permanent" manicure naturally from home. In a very short time and with just 3 steps you can keep your nail polish intact for 10 days. It will be available at theCosmethics in 2021.

Green Flash is the first semi-permanent nail polish that says no to "conventional ingredients", such as endocrine disruptors, CMR molecules, sensitizing monomers or hydroquinone contained in previous generation semi-permanent nail polishes.


Green Flash lives up to its name! Its ingredients are of natural origin, from biomass (wheat, corn, cassava, cotton, etc.). Thanks to its formula with up to 84% organic ingredients, Green Flash takes care of the planet! 🌍

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Why we have added Manucurist to theCosmethics:

- Because their nail polishes are natural, 9free, vegan and cruelty free.

- Because its color range is very varied and we love it.

- Because we are excited to have at theCosmethics a natural brand that has invented Green Flash to be able to have semi-permanent manicures without leaving home.

- Because Green Flash, in addition to being natural (up to 84%), limits and reduces its impact on the environment.

- Because little boys and girls can also use Manucurist. They have a specific line for little ones: Petite Manucurist and the polishes are simply removed with soap and water. Don't hesitate to ask us if you have any questions.

- The result is a brand with the greatest possible number of natural ingredients to offer a shiny, resistant manicure that also helps keep nails strong and healthy.

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Manucurist natural nail polishes, 9free and cruelty fre e

What does 9free mean?

That the nail polish does not have camphor, xylol, ethyl tosylamide, phthalates, parabens, triphenyl phosphate, formaldehyde, toluene and formaldehyde resins.

Should we always use a base before applying colored nail polish?

Manucurist advises doing so. The base coat forms a protective layer, which acts as a shield against pigments.

What do I have to do to preserve my Green and Green Flash products?

Try to keep the container open as little as possible and close it as soon as you can. We tell you our secret against the heat: nothing like the refrigerator! Reducing the temperature prevents the nail polish from evaporating, and reduces the degradation process of the formula that can occur over time. If you don't have any, our official Green Flash thinner will liquefy your Green Flash polish.

I'm pregnant... can I use nail polish?

Manucurist polishes are composed of up to 84% organic ingredients, without endocrine disruptors, monomers or hydroquinone. However, pregnant women should avoid using nail polish, regardless of the type. Manucurist recommends that you always consult your doctor.

Want some tips and tricks for using Green Flash?

The duration of Green Flash polish may depend on what you use your hands for and the nature of your nails. For optimal duration, we recommend that you:

Degrease your nails with a mild nail polish remover (without acetone).

Apply very thin layers of polish (a single pass on the same surface of the nail).

If the layers are thin enough, the listed catalyzing times will be sufficient (don't be surprised if the base is still a little sticky after a minute).

Seal the nail with a light brush stroke along the edge of the nail.

Ingredients that you will not find in Manucurist

  • Toluene
  • DBP
  • Camphor
  • Xylene
  • Formaldehyde
  • Hydroquinones
  • Ethyl tosylamide
  • Triphenylphosphate
  • Benzophenones
  • Styrenes
  • Monomers

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