Blue love: Soigne Clitoria Ternatea five free polish

Soigne Botanique Clitoria Ternatea five free nail polish

Lovely deep blue nail polish, silly name! Google informed me Clitoria Ternatea is a plant with beautiful blue flowers in the same hue as the polish, so the name makes sense for a company like Soigne producing natural nail polish. Still, not the easiest to remember or type, so perhaps the brand should spend a little more time on thinking up suitable yet cute names.

This is a lovely polish though! I absolutely love the deep blue hue of this nail polish, a very versatile shade that will work well with loads of fall and winter outfits. I have an feeling this might be on my nails quite a bit in the coming months.

Soigne Botanique Clitoria Ternatea five free nail polish

This botanical polish is five free, meaning it has been stripped of the most nasty chemicals normally found in polish. It has a lovely consistency that is easy to apply and needs to coats to reach a deep blue shade. I would definitely recommend wearing a base coat to prevent any colour transfer to your nails (personally, I always wear a base coat anyway to help my weaker nails). Given the lack of harsher components, this polish also lasts quite well: three days without chipping on my nails (for comparison: Essie will last about four to five days).

Another beauty by Soigne, which is really a great natural brand. It doesn’t seem to be very well known, which is a shame as the packaging and polishes are both lovely.

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6 thoughts on “Blue love: Soigne Clitoria Ternatea five free polish

  1. stashy October 13, 2016 / 8:44 pm

    Haha yes, the name is pretty terrible! But I’m glad it does relate back to the shade. The colour is a great one for this time of the year too!

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  2. fivezero October 13, 2016 / 3:35 pm

    Gorgeous deep blue! And, uh, the name is really something. LOL!

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  3. Lifestylebites3 October 13, 2016 / 2:01 pm

    Such a pretty shade and dark colours are more suitable to use this time of the year. Smashing!

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