Monday, June 24, 2013

Soulstice Spa Vancouver


As much as I love beauty products and fashion, I am that much more excited about it when established brands recognize its corporate social responsibility in addition to the bottom line.  Soulstice Spa is one such company, donating a portion of the profit on each bottle to vital social and environmental charities in the hopes of bettering the world around us.  

That being said, it's poignant that every Soulstice Spa polish is named after a world city.  I am beyond excited to introduce to you all the latest Soulstice Spa collection, a sextuplet of summer-ready shades that can happily find a home in any polishaholic's stash.

First up, Vancouver.

A sunny, daffodil yellow, Vancouver is in bloom!  A jelly that dries like a creme, Vancouver is glossy sunshine in a bottle, and more importantly, is completely wearable, even for ladies like myself with pinker skin tones. 

Given yellow's notorious formula issues, I was surprised at how fluid this applied; while a tad bit on the thinner side, three generous coats dried to perfection.  



While I'm typically not the biggest fan of the color yellow, there's something quite attractive and alluring about Vancouver.  For some odd reason, I can see myself wearing this shade while drinking a mimosa.  Go figure.

Soulstice Spa is a vegan, cruelty-free, PETA-certified Caring Consumer Company and all polishes are non-toxic, paraben, 3 Free, and USA made.  Soulstice Spa polishes retail for  USD $8.

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13 comments :

  1. NICE! I might have to try and get my hands on this..er...Strike that. Reverse it.

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  2. This shade of yellow looks nice on you! Aw I love that they donate to charities <3

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  3. I really like it, I can't stand watery blah yellows and this looks anything but. A good yellow is a necessity for nail art anyway, but it's lovely to find one that looks so nice & warm on its own!

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  4. It's a beautiful color it has a hint of a mustard.

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  5. I LOVE this yellow! I never really thought I'd say that, but they've been growing on me!

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  6. I'm the same way: never a yellow fan, but somehow these are winning me over.

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  7. oh my gosh this is a great yellow!

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