Tuesday, May 6, 2014

PSA: LVX Vegan Nail Lacquer Event at Hautelook

Photo credit: Hautelook/LVX

LVX polish is now featured at Hautelook!  Single polishes are $7 (normally $16), and duos are $12 (normally $32), and the event ends Thursday, May 8, at 8 a.m., PT.  I have not tried the brand yet, but I figured now is a great time due to the 56% price break.  I placed my order for Truffle, Greige, Black Dahlia (for some reason I want to buy anything called "Black Dahlia," however macabre), and Mynt (for some reason I want to buy anything that is mint green, however redundant).  Here is the brand description from the LVX website:

LVX brings you luxury and fashion without compromise. We are dedicated to launching the hottest collections for each season by translating the top runway colors based on emerging trends in high fashion.

Our philosophy is to fuse high fashion with nail color. We determine the top trends by closely studying thousands of runway presentations from renowned designers. Our colors are hand selected to be the top colors of the season.

Our long lasting, chip resistant and gel-like formula is free of the 5 toxic and harsh chemicals found in most common nail lacquer formulas. LVX products are formulated without the use of Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, DBP, Toluene and Camphor. We are devoted to providing you with top quality, socially responsible and vegan-friendly luxury products without compromising quality, durability and finish.

LVX nail lacquer is cruelty free. All products are produced in the U.S.A.
Full disclosure - the links above are affiliate links, so I do stand to benefit personally from you clicking and purchasing.  Should you wish to avoid this, please go to Google and click that link for Hautelook.  Haha.  Actually, I created my Hautelook account a couple months ago and have placed just as many orders.  I really thought I wouldn't like it, but I did end up registering and have been impressed by the stock and prices.  It's like Groupon Goods but with things you actually want to buy.  (I'm sorry, Groupon.  I did make one purchase from your "Goods" site, so I can't say too many bad things about you.)   I've also noticed that most of their beauty offerings are cruelty free.  I'm not sure if this is by design, but at any rate, it's a happy coincidence.

Have you used LVX before?  I'm curious about your impressions!

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