I have those favorite nail polish brands that I always keep going back to and buying majority of my polishes from them, but it's also nice to try out new brands for a change. Today I have one polish to share with you guys from a brand that I hadn't tried before this.
This is Idun Minerals nail polish called Rosenkvarts. Idun Minerals is a Swedish mineral makeup brand and in addition to all those mineral makeup products, they also have a nail polish range. Their range offers 18 classic shades but there are some more trendy colors in the mix too. They also have a base coat and a top coat.
This brand is sold in pharmacies at least here in Finland and the prize is somewhere around ten euros per polish. The polishes are 5-free and the mineral rich formula has ingredients such as almond oil in it.
Rosenkvarts is a soft pink creme that almost feels like it has a little bit of a jelly formula with the first coat you apply. It isn't the most opaque polish out there, I used three coats to get the coverage you see in the pictures. It still does cover more like a creme than a jelly.
The bottle is a stylish square one with a square cap. The cap is removable, so you get that slimmer round cap that's easier to use while applying the polish. The brush is just the way I like them: it's on the thicker and wider scale and it's overall really easy to use to apply the perfect amount of the polish. The round cap is a tad shorter than I'd prefer, but it's still very manageable.
Overall I was quite impressed with this brand, even though Rosenkvarts isn't really my type of color and I probably wouldn't have bought it as I feel like it doesn't really go well with my skintone. It's really why I haven't tried this polish before although I've had it for over a year already. However even if this wasn't my type of color, I might very well buy some other shade from Idun Minerals.
Have you guys heard about this brand or even tried some of their products?
*I've got the polish from a goodie bag of a beauty event. For more information, please check out my disclosure policy.