Nails across Australia can now breath easy. Quite literally, with the recent launch of the ravishing range of Miss Frankie polishes.
Developed by Kara Jeffers, the dynamo who ran Melbourne’s French Pink nail salon for the past decade, this new range has been created using an innovative, breathable formula.
The unique formulation allows both water and air to pass through the polish, ensuring a healthier environment for your nails.
To add to this, Miss Frankie polishes are five-free – meaning they don’t contain formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP), toluene, formaldehyde resin and camphor – as well as vegan and cruelty free.
If you think taking the environmental high-road might lead to a finish that is less than stunning, you’d be wrong.
“I’ve been manicuring Melbourne women for 11 years, so I know they demand perfection.
“There was no way I could – or would – compromise on quality,” Kara said.
“Our gorgeous Miss Frankie polishes are chip resistant, long lasting, fast drying and, most importantly, give a flawless, even coverage.”
The updated formulation also means Miss Frankie polishes are completely safe for use on children or while pregnant.
“There’s no need to include nasties, like formaldehyde, which is a carcinogen, in nail polish any more. There are alternative, far safer options that make the finish flexible, shiny and long lasting,” Kara said.
Along with twelve colours in the initial launch, the Miss Frankie range includes Nourish Me cuticle oil, Bond With Me base coat, Make Me Shine top coat and Dry Me In A Flash drying drops.
Contact Miss Frankie at – firstname.lastname@example.org