The 24 Karat Gold Manicure You Need To Splurge On

Golden-NailsRenowned artist, enameller and jewelry designer Veleta Vancza, whose work has been exhibited at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York and the Design Museum in Helsinki to name a few, combined her artistic abilities and knowledge of metallurgy to create an extravagant collection of nail polishes called MINE Luxury Nail Lacquer.

Now I don’t know about you, but I’m happy to splurge on a beauty product or treatment from time to time, but with its $500 price tag, the MINE 24K Gold Lacquer is one serious beauty investment.

This new range of nail enamels is made with silver and pure 22 or 24 Karat gold which needs to be shaken for at least one minute before applying to adequately mix up the minerals. MINE polishes are completely free of toxic elements such as formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and toluene, making them the perfect choice for any health and eco-conscious beauty lover.

Gold and silver dominate the color palette, but the polishes also come in exciting fashion-forward colors like graphite and pewter, which can be worn matte, or burnished to a sparkling brilliance. Base coats of crimson and royal blue are designed to prime and prepare nails, and provide subtle variations for unique color combinations when used with the raw mineral lacquers and top coats. Can’t find the exact color for you? MINE can be custom tailored to a specific hue with your choice of mineral additives with their Bespoke Color Service.

Even the packaging is pioneering, with hand-cut Austrian crystal bottles and custom boxes, MINE really is for the beauty connoisseur seeking the very best that life has to offer.

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