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NEW Nail Polish For Sensitive Skin by Clinique

I’m really excited to try Clinique’s newest release of nail polish for sensitive skin. I’m not typically allergic or sensitive to nail polish or lacquers, but I love a product that doesn’t wreck my nails with continuous wear, which according to some of the reviews, this one does not. It also comes in about 17 ophthalmologist tested, glossy, long-wearing shades with uber adorable names like Concrete Jungle, Happy <3, Juiced Up, & Strappy Sandals and claims to be easy on the eyes… meaning, it helps reduce the chances of itchy, burning, watering eyes with contact. This may be a life-saver for those dying to wear candy-colored nails without the nasty side-effects.

new clinique nail polish for sensitive skin
Suggested Use {from Clinique.com}

  • For extended wear, first apply a prep coat of A Different Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skins Base and Top Coat
  • Follow with coat (or two) of your favourite shade
  • End with a finish coat of A Different Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skins Base and Top Coat.

They also have a few great tips and tricks for the perfect, long-lasting manicure.

Scroll through the images below or go to Clinique.com & click “NAIL TIPS” to see them larger.

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    The Mani-Pedi QUickie Nail Tips from Clinique's nail enamel for sensitive skin.
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    Master Class Nail Tips and Tricks by Clinique nail polish for sensitive skin.
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    Expert Tips For Happier Nails by Clinique, gathered from a dermatologist who specializes in nails.

* Photos from Clinique.com | Not sponsored content

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