Devil Got My Woman Nail Polish - matte deep red
Devil Got My Woman is a luscious, rich red nail polish with a cool blue undertone to it, making it a big hit even for folks that often feel they don't looks good in red. It dries to a lovely satin-matte finish! Or, add a top coat of your choice to make it glossy!
Notes on Matte Polish:
The matte effect shows up when the polish is dry, don't be surprised if it comes out of the bottle glossy-looking!
You do not need a top coat with matte polish. If you use one, and it's not a matte top coat, it will make the polish glossy.
Matte polish tends to dry much faster than glossy polish.
This polish is part of our Quality Cafe series, taking its inspiration from the iconic film and comic book, Ghost World. This color in particular was inspired by its namesake song, featured in the movie.
On the nail photos:
All 2 coats of color. The ring finger has also been painted with a glossy top coat, to illustrate the special finish of this polish.
This listing is for one 15mL (0.5oz) full-sized bottle.
About Our Products
- Handmade in San Francisco, CA
- Designed, mixed & packaged in-house
- Free of phthalates, formaldehyde, toluene, camphor, fragrance, and common allergens
- Store your polish in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight
- Ingredients sometimes settle & gel - give the bottle a few gentle shakes before opening
- Nail polish thickens over time as the solvents inside evaporate. If yours gets too thick, you can bring it back to life with a product called nail polish thinner, sold at any beauty supply store.
- We recommend acetone as the most safe and effective nail polish remover. Moisturize your nails & hands before and after use.
- Ethyl Acetate: An organic compound, used as a solvent to make our ingredients blend well. This naturally occurs in wine.
- Butyl Acetate: An organic compound, also used as a solvent. It naturally occurs in many fruit.
- Nitrocellulose: A film-forming ingredient derived from green plants.
- Isopropyl Alcohol: Also known as rubbing alcohol, used to disperse our dry pigments.
- Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride: A polymer that makes our polish gel and form a good film. Adipic acid is naturally found in mushrooms.
- Sterealkonium Bentonite: A type of natural clay. Gives our matte polishes their special finish.
- Acetyl Tributyl Citrate: An organic polymer that keeps our polish flexible on the nail & helps prevent chipping.
- Silica: Also known as the primary component in sand, used as a hardener.
- N-Butyl Alcohol: A natural byproduct of sugar fermentation, used as a solvent.
- Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer: A film former, also used in sunscreen and eye makeup.
- Benzophenone-1: A UV absorber, used to keep our polish colorfast
- Colorants: We use a wide variety of micas, pigments & batch-certified lakes, as well as special ingredients such as Mylar flakes, aluminum powder, and metal and plastic glitters, which we source from reliable manufacturers. All of them are known to be safe for use in nail lacquers