A lavender cream color with a hint of pink.
See the usage card attached as a photo. For use on your toenails, the 'Conditioner cure' is not necessary in our experience.
The shade in the bottle may not be completely mixed when you ingest it. This is due to the difference in weight of color pigments.
- Then shake the color well (NOT by the cap - it may break off if you shake it very hard) but hold on to the bottle. The bottle contains small balls that promote good mixing.
- Then the color from the outside may not seem completely 100% mixed, but if you put it on your nails, it's good.
See here what Acquarella says about this
Sometimes the residual color on the inside of the bottle that we see looks a bit 'unsightly', but there is no actual technical problem with the color itself. It is one of the few colors in our line that will have a 'stubborn' fallout, but not to the point that it would compromise the color. It is designed knowing that it will happen, so the color is adjusted accordingly in production.
After you have shaken the bottle to mix the color, you may still see that the color against the bottle may not be as 'pretty'. Not to worry, the product in the bottle is not affected and will still paint on in the beautiful color that is intended.
Note: If you are fortunate enough to have an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner, you can speed up the blending process. Immerse the bottle in the basket of liquid and set for 10 minutes. With this process, there are no bubbles to dissipate!
Acrylic polymer emulsion, water and non-toxic dyes
Detailed Formula Information: Acquarella polish is a water base with a non-toxic, proprietary acrylic emulsion with ultra low residual monomer levels (< 0.1%), ensuring safety. The non toxic colorants are specially formulated using iron oxide pigments.
Ingredients : Aqua (CAS: 7732-18-5), Styrene Acrylates Copolymer, Acrylates Copolymer. May contain: CI 77489 (CAS: 1345-25-1), CI 77492 (CAS: 51274-00-1), Mica (CAS: 12001-26-2), CI 77891 (CAS: 13463-67-7) and /or CI 77499. Product contains no hazardous components under current OSHA definitions. European Union: None of the components of this product are listed in Annexes II, III of Directive 2008/42/EC or 76/768/EEC.