Little Ondine – An Interesting New UK Nail Polish Range

My major snags with nail polish –

  1. Chipping my nails when I’m out and not being able to do anything about it.
  2. Nail polishes that are hard to remove or take a long time to remove.

When I heard about Little Ondine I thought if their features work then they would perfectly combat these issues. Little Ondine is a new nail polish brand in the UK with some interesting characteristics. The main points on Little Ondine is that it’s fast drying, peels off in one piece (no remover needed), is odourless, made of natural ingredients and is available in more than 80 shades. The shades vary from pastels, brights, metallics, shimmers and glitter polishes.

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The polishes are easy peel off and are practically odour free. The polishes are made from naturally derived ingredients (water, purified resin and colourants) so are toxin-free. The polishes are fairly quick drying but most importantly for me are cruelty free and vegan friendly. These nail polishes are preservative free and pregnancy friendly and have a shiny, gel like finish. The polish formula means that these polishes cannot be used with other nail varnishes. The packaging is also very pretty and quite unique.

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The polishes I am sharing with you today are True Love (L073) and Copper Spark (L025). I love the wine red mixed with the copper sparkle, a very glittery gold polish. So far I have done two manicures with them, the first wasn’t as long lasting as it started to peel at a party. Usually I would have minded this, being out and not being able to take off the polish, but with Little Ondine I was able to peel off all the colour and not have tatty nails. My second manicure is lasting longer but I would like to try the Little Ondine Secret polish as this can be used as your base and top coat to get a longer lasting effect and a brighter colour.

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Little Ondine

Little Ondine

Varying - £8 - £11
Little Ondine
6.8

Quality

8.5/10

Price

3.0/10

Buy It Again

9.0/10

Pros

  • Peels off
  • Odourless
  • Natural ingredients
  • Vegan friendly and Cruelty free
  • Unique packaging

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Cannot be used with other polishes
  • Not the longest lasting
Mary Oliver

Mary 24 CRAFTY CREATIVE CLUMSY UK beauty, fashion, lifestyle blogger and vlogger I started this blog in summer 2013 to create my own little space to write relatable content on my personal style for the everyday girl. Yorkshire based lover of tea, floral prints and skater dresses.

  • The colours looks really lovely, and it sounds like it’s a great polish. I’m allergic to chipping as well so I totally get the pros of being able to remove it easily! xx

    lifeofannas.com

  • That glitter nail polish is just gorgeous

    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

  • Lauren

    Some really pretty shades!

    Lauren x | http://www.laurenselwood.com

  • Pili G

    Love this colors! They are so pretty!

    Love

    Pili

    Records of my Troubles

  • The packaging is adorable! The finish is very nice, too. I don’t wear glitter polish because it takes ages to remove, but this one looks nice. Even if it doesn’t last long, it would be great for a night out!

  • Zoe Archer

    These look really good. I have never heard of them before, but will definitely be on the lookout for them, as I am a proper nail polish addict.

    zoea2812.blogspot.com

  • Woah, so interesting ! Very unique concept, I wonder how it’d work for me.

    And the name is BEAUTIFUL, love Little Ondine : )

  • I think this is an interesting concept but the long lasting thing gets me, plus I’d be so tempted to just keep peeling it off!

    prettymadthings.blogspot.co.uk // x