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May 02, 2010

Chimera Nail Polish



Chimera (“fantasy”) established in 2008, is an Australian made nail polish company located in Melbourne. Linh Hoang, a young female entrepreneur launched the brand to directly compete with the major international labels in the Australian market as well as the international stage.
Their nail polish itself is made in Australia from the highest quality, imported ingredients. It is toxic-free, smooth to apply, dries fast and long lasting. Alongside our standard colours are irresistible pearl finishes, outstanding neons and glamorous glitter with a top and base coat to keep nails protected and shiny.

In the past I've tried - Sally Hansen, Wet 'n' Wild, L'Oreal, Opi, Revlon and others, but haven't found many brands that I felt I could endorse and recommend to others, but now I have one that I would recommend 100%. I painted my nails on Thursday, went to the beach on Sunday, gardened on Monday, and the nail polish still didn't start chipping until the following Friday. When they say it's long lasting, they're telling the truth!


They recently rolled out their brand new bottles (see above)!!!

WHAT IS SO GOOD ABOUT OUR NEW BOTTLES?

BOTTLES - like our base materials, are of the highest quality glass available internationally.

CAPS - Soft rubbery material easy to grip and comfortable to hold. Same material as China Glaze and OPI bottles.

BRUSHES - are of a finer filament than stock brushes used in most polishes. This allows your range to benefit from a 330 strand configuration (vs a standard 220 strand) which means a softer, more luxurious feel for your customers during application.

AGITATOR BALLS -We only use high-grade, polished stainless steel. Each bottle now containg 2 agitator balls as standard. You expect polish to last (if kept properly) for years - why shouldn't that bottle of polish still deliver years from now? Better still, stainless steel means absolutely no risk of rusting to spoil the polish.


Of all the colors I've had a chance to try I think that Wandering Eyes (in photo above) is my favorite, but after browsing their site there are still so many colors I'm dying to try like Cocktail blue, Sugar Cane Green, In High Demand Brown, Up and Coming Star Glitter, and Dreams Come True White. They have so many colors to choose from, I don't know how anyone buys less than 5 at a time.


Disclaimer: I received samples for review

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