Lit from Within: Doctor Approved Painted Toes with daniPro #daniProNails

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Doctor Approved Painted Toes with daniPro #daniProNails

Press Sample.  All opinions are my own.
Hello, Fireflies!

Always an exciting day for me when I get to try new nail polish!  daniPRO is a new, Doctor-created line of polishes that are free from many harmful chemicals, and are supposed to be good for your toenails.

Anyone who knows me knows that I'm not good with feet stuff, so there will be no pictures of painted toes here.  Luckily, the colors are pretty, and good for fingernails, too!

daniPRO is a 5-free formulation (no formaldehyde or formaldehyde resin, no DBP or TPHP, or Toulene.  It's also infused with Undecylenic Acid, which may help in preventing fungus.

And, it's pretty.  The Peace Clear Topcoat has some SHINE!

The hot pink, My Girl Pure Pink, is my favorite of the bunch.  It was opaque in almost one coat, but I used two anyway.  I like the formula of that one the best - not runny, not thick, just nice, buttery, flowing polish.

Forever Girl Perfect Pink is a pretty, soft, baby pink.  It was my least favorite formulation, though.  It took three layers to get it opaque, and it was still patchy in places.  Pastels are notoriously difficult formulas, but for $18 a bottle, I need 2 coats, max.

Everybody needs a pure red in their collection.  First Kiss Red is so pretty.  Even though the formula is a little thin, and I got some on my fingers, it didn't stain at all.  Opaque in two coats, with no patchiness.

Don't the three colors make a cute dotticure all together?  I wasn't sure if Forever Girl would work in nailart, but it performed beautifully. 

I'm looking forward to seeing what other colors daniPRO comes out with!  I can see myself wearing these colors all summer long.  I am never without polish on my toenails, and because this line is approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association, I can feel good about keeping my tootsies perfectly polished all year long.

If you'd like more information about daniPro, you can find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and on their webpage, where they currently retail for $18.  You can also find daniPro in many Podiatrist offices!

What will you be wearing on your toes this summer?

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