Death Valley Nails is a new indie brand in town. I had the pleasure of swatching a few of the new color Jenn has created and learned a little about the brand. Let me introduce you to Death Valley Nails!
Jennifer Fox is the face behind Death Valley Nails. Death Valley Nails is cruelty free and vegan friendly while also being a nontoxic 10-free polish. Colors are created using natural pigments from the earth that are then ground and mixed by hand. The polishes are named after the wildlife that can be found in Death Valley, California. Along with polish, Jenn also makes waste-free soy candles scented with essential oils.
Release Information: Everything is available now! Check out the Death Valley Nails website for even more colors. Priced at $10 for each 16.5ml bottle.
Where are all my yellow lovers at? This is a mustard yellow creme polish that takes three coats to reach opacity and dries naturally to a glossy finish. The brush macro shows a little lighter than when the color is on the nail.
Maniology: Teardrop stamping polish
MoYou London: Tropical 06 stamping plate
Bobby Lee Blue
This is a stormy robin’s egg blue creme that seems to also have a delicate blue shimmer. Two thick or three thin coats will bring this glossy polish to full opacity.
Sassy Sauce Polish: Ruby Stamping Sauce
MoYou London: Pro XL 13 stamping plate
Red is a color that is probably the most classic nail polish. Even though I have a different favorite color, I’m always partial to red. Desert Holly is a garnet red creme polish that shows a little brighter on the nail than in the bottle. Another glossy creme that is fully opaque in three coats.
Twinkled T: Vibin’ and So Extra stamping polish
Clear Jelly Stamper: CJS-28 stamping plate