Netflix for Nail Polish: Would You Use It?
If you’ve ever bought nail polish and used the shade exactly one time—or if you just plain have expensive taste in beauty products—you’re going to love . The nail polish club, which launched in November, is Netflix for nails: You can try the latest nail trends without buying a full bottle of polish. (And, really, have you ever used an ENTIRE bottle?)
How it works:Request a membership and fill out a “Lust List” (a.k.a. nail polish queue) of the shades you’re interested in from premium brands including Chanel, NARS, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Tom Ford, and butter LONDON. (These fancy polishes run to a pop.)
For a month, Lacquerous will send you three bottles—either new or used, but always at least half-full—based on what’s available. Use the polish at home or at the salon, ship it back within 30 days using your pre-paid return label, and eagerly await your next bundle.
Is it sanitary?If you’ve ever had a manicure, you’ve likely had nail polish applied that had already been used on someone else. This is totally safe, Lacquerous says, because the chemicals in nail polish kill bacteria and microorganisms. And when the bottles come back to Lacquerous, they’re inspected for quality and cleanliness and the brushes are sanitized.
It seems like Lacquerous makes the most sense monetarily for people who do their own manis, since going to a nail salon obviously costs extra.
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