Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Talk About It - Soulstice Nail Colour

I absolutely love getting to share healthier nail polish brands with you all. So many of you have expressed how much you love shiny, colorful nails but commercial nail polishes are packed with super scary ingredients. Thankfully there are companies like Soulstice Spa who has a roster of gorgeous vegan, non-toxic, 5-FREE, and cruelty-free polishes that are made in the USA.

I’ve talked about Soulstice in the past (here, here, and here) but they just launched some beautiful brand new beauties all inspired by towns in Northern California. The whole collection is so stunning and I think you’ll all really love the selection.

I received six of their latest shades:

Belvedere Described as Deep Sea Blue

Bolinas Described as Seaside Rose

Inverness ­– Described as Forest Green-Gray

Marshall – Described as Chocolate Shine

Olema – Described as Seashell

Point Reyes – There is no description of this shade on the website but I would call it a pretty, creamy peachy tan shade.

Each and every one of these polishes goes on so smoothly and evenly. Soulstice has such a great formula and I love how simple it is to get the type of coverage you want in one or two swipes. The bottle shape is easy to hold and the brush is easy to use. The formula lasts well on the nails and is easy to remove when you’re ready to take it off and try another color. 

Other colors that have caught my eye: San Rafael, KenwoodStinson Beach and Fairfax

Each glass bottle comes with .43 fl oz of polish and comes in at $12.

To learn more about Soulstice or to check out their shade selection you can visit their website. You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.

(FTC: These products were sent to me for free for review consideration. I am not being compensated for this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.) 


  1. I have been looking for a better for you polish, I will check out their site! Also do you have a favorite natural nail polish remover? I am in need of one and don't know where to start? thank you!

    1. Hi Rachel, I actually haven't tried any that I could recommend. I’ll ask on the Beautiful Basics Facebook page and see what other people have to say and then I’ll get back to you on that!

    2. The only response I received was for the Zoya Remover. Polish remover is one of the only things I use that isn't natural or healthy. I just use whatever is easy to find at the grocery store. La Fresh makes some that are supposed to be healthier, though! They might be worth checking out!

    3. I love the Priti NYC remover. Works super well + no chemical smell at all. I think the Zoya one is still basically just acetone.

  2. Thank you for the information!


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