Trust Fund Beauty is a line of beauty products that has all the quality without the chemicals. Samara Granofsky is the founder and creator of a brand that offers sass and quality at the same time. Inspired by her mother, Samara has created a brand of products that gives you what you want. All of the Trust Fund beauty products feature fun names, vibrate colors and no chemicals. They are free of the seven ingredients that can be harmful. 7-free nail polish: No parabens, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, xylene, camphor, formaldehyde or formaldehyde resin.
- STARTED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS is a perfect matte nude shade. Full of color this nude really blends in perfectly. One coat is good as a sheer and two coats is perfect for a nude look.
- BLOW is a milky matte white. I loved using this white. I forget about white as an accent color when I am doing my nails but not anymore. With Blow you are getting a great thick white color without all the chemicals. I am sure this would be great to use as a french white if you wanted to as well. It covers so easily and I used two coats for a full white look.
- HOLLYWOOD HIPSTER is a super fun matte turquoise. This reminded me of the sea. A beautiful green blue polish that will brighten any outfit with a splash of beachy fun. This covers great as well with two coats giving it a vibrate color. I will definitely be wearing this color more and I can’t wait to pair it up with some darker colors this fall.
- HOT IN THE HAMPTONS is a fun pink! This is no ordinary pink. This polish has shimmer! With shades of pink and purple this iridescent perfect polish has so many shades. I really loved using this polish with all the shimmer. I love anything that sparkles and this polish is perfect! With an iridescent shimmer you get an accent pink that blends with so many colors.
Overall, I was thrilled with the Trust Fund Beauty nail polishes. Each was rich in color and long-lasting. I love the fun names and sassy attitude they inspire. I was thrilled to try these out and I was not disappointed. Great color and safe! Do you use seven free polishes?