Death Valley Nails – Swatches & Review

Hello friends! How was your weekend? It was such a beautiful weekend here because the weather has been perfect. I love this transition period in Southern California where it stops being chilly, but it isn’t yet hot. Why can’t it stay like this always? I dread the Summer with a passion so I will just continue to enjoy the next month or so. Today I have a new brand to share with you. I was sent two polishes from Death Valley Nails to swatch so let me show you what I came up with below.

 

 

Death Valley Nails

Death Valley Nails

Death Valley Nails

Death Valley Nails Becker’s White

 

Death Valley Nails

Death Valley Nails

Death Valley Nails

Death Valley Nails One-eyed Coyote

 

Death Valley Nails

Death Valley Nails

 

At first glance, I didn’t think much of Becker’s White, but it actually surprised me! Personally, I love white nails but this is not a stark chalky white. It has a delicate pearl shimmer and is rather sheer but it will build up nicely. For my swatches, I applied 3 coats for complete opacity. One-eyed Coyote is a red toned purple with a delicate shimmer. Purple is one of my favorite colors so I liked this one very much. There are very few colors that I don’t like wearing on my nails to be honest. This shade needed two coats for full coverage. As you can see, I then did a simple dot manicure with the two shades. I think it came out nice, no?

Death Valley Nails is a vegan, ten-free, nontoxic, cruelty-free nail polish line that is high quality and is made by hand in small batches in the California desert. The brand is passionate about making products that are good for us, the environment and cuts down on waste. Along with nail polish, they make waste-free soy candles. All of their candle vessels are made by hand and in the studio using concrete. They are hand-stamped and poured with soy wax and use essential oils to fragrance them. The vessels are reusable when the candle has burned out.ke waste-free soy candles. They also give 10% of profits to the Mojave Desert Land Trust and Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.

These two shades are nice core colors to have, and I am looking forward to seeing what new colors and finishes they come up with as the brand grows. Feel free to check out their website here for more information on the brand and to see a list of the products they offer. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon!

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