I have some lovely bright Furless Cosmetics nail polish shades to show you today. Furless is a cruelty free Australian brand that make synthetic (vegan) makeup brushes and vegan nail polishes. You can read my review of the darker Furless nail polish colours in my Autumn Hues With Furless Cosmetics blog post. All Furless nail polishes are free from toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, carmine and dibutyl phthalate, meaning they’re 5 free.

Furless Princess
Furless Princess
Furless Princess and Filthy Rich

The first colour is a beautiful bright pink creme called Princess. Princess is the perfect pink colour that is opaque with two coats. The formula is on the thinner side but easy to work with. I will get a lot of use out of this polish, I think it will become my staple pedicure colour. I used Twinkled T heart vinyls and Furless Filthy Rich on the middle finger. Filthy Rich is a silver foil polish with lots of sparkles. The sparkles do make clean-up hard as there are little sparkles everywhere, but it makes for a nice accent nail.

Furless Baby Cakes
Furless Baby Cakes and Filthy Rich
Furless Baby Cakes and Filthy Rich

Baby Cakes is a blue creme with thinner formula but it can be made opaque with two to three coats depending on how thick your coats are. Blues are notorious for staining so I used two layers of base coat just in case and I had no staining once I had taken it off. I used a Twinkled T vinyl and Filthy Rich on my ring finger. Some polishes don’t seem to work well with vinyls as they don’t get into all the small spots, but Filthy Rich does a good job. Baby Cakes is a creme but I got some of the sparkles from Filthy Rich in my topcoat resulting in there being random sparkles on some of the blue nails – I like the effect.

Furless Attention Seeker
Furless Attention Seeker and Filthy Rich
Furless Attention Seeker and Filthy Rich

Attention Seeker is a bright purple leaning pink crelly (creme cross jelly). It is a shade-shifter as it looks very different depending on the light you have it in. My photos are colour accurate to the lightbox but it can appear brighter and more pink in direct sun. This polish was the hardest to work with as it is quite thin, so the first layer goes on streaky. Three coats made it opaque but you can add more layers to make the colour deeper. Again, I used a Twinkled T vinyl and Filthy Rich on the middle finger. This vinyl was the hardest to use as it seemed impossible to centre. I gave up trying after my 5th go but I think it turned out ok anyway.

Furless Attention Seeker and Filthy Rich in daylight

The Furless Cosmetics links are affiliate links in this post. If you do wish to purchase anything, you can use my affiliate links and the code 15ME to save 15% off your purchase, and also help me to pay for the ongoing costs of this blog – but you don’t have to use them if you don’t want to. I would never suggest a brand that I didn’t stand by, and I am only an affiliate because I believe in this company and their great values. I have tried and reviewed the Furless Couture Body Contour Kit and I highly recommend it, of all the brushes I own, these are my favourite. I am now saving to get the Couture Base Essentials Brush Set and the Perfectly Pink Makeup Brush Set. You can also keep an eye on the Furless website and their social media pages as they often have deals and discounts going. Furless expanded into America this year and also have international shipping options, so it’s not just Aussies who have access to their great products.

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What do you think of these Furless polishes? Are you as in love with Princess as I am?

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Alinta McMurdo