Creative outlet to express my love of natural hair, life and beauty.

Black Owned Business Feature: Taupe Coat

I can’t believe we are in June already and Summer is almost officially here. I have plans to make it to the beach this year with my family and just have a great time. Today on the blog is another Black Owned Business Feature with Taupe Coat.

I met the owner of Taupe Coat, Bethany at Fearless Con this year and she was so sweet and down to earth. I enjoyed the conversation and getting to know her. I was excited when she told me that she owned a nail polish company and I wanted to support. I was not disappointed when I tried out her products.

I love that the polishes are vegan and 10 free which means it does not contain the harmful and harsh chemicals normally found in most nail polishes. Over the years I have started to get rid of those polishes that contained those chemicals and now only use polishes that non toxic.

I love the unique shape of the bottles, I thought is was so cute and nothing I have ever seen before. I also love how unique and different the colors are. There is something for everyone if you love bold and brights colors to simply neutral. The formula of this polish is amazing. It is not too thick and so easy to use. You can get away with one coat with some of the colors.

Taupe Coat also has an amazing non toxic polish remover! It blew my mind the first time I used it (I have a highlight on my IG stories using it, naturalle_drea). I didn’t realize how much regular acetone remover was damaging my nails until I used the succulent remover. It is a plant based formula that helps to hydrate and nourish your cuticles and nails.

I highly recommend checking out and supporting Taupe Coat. You can check them out here: https://taupecoat.com

So that is it for another Black Owned Business Feature. What are some of your favorite nail polishes? Comment below and let me know. See you guys tomorrow!

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