Nail art was one of the most popular trends on 2013 and it shows no signs of slowing down in the coming year. The high end nail beauty brand Mine Lacquer is now lending a refined opulence to the trend with its handmade luxury nail lacquer that has been pigmented exclusively with real and precious minerals. Created by Veleta Vancza, an artist, goldsmith and enamellist with a strong background in academia and innovation in the field of vitreous enamel, Mine Luxury Lacquers are devoid of filler pigments and colors; instead they derive their rich shades from the precious minerals that comprise the lacquers. The lacquers are also 5 free implying that they are free from the five toxic chemicals: formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP), toluene, formaldehyde resin and camphor that are often used in many other nail lacquers. Shades available include gold, silver, graphite and pewter. The brand also offers tinted base coats to give your metallic manicure a colorful twist. The highly pigmented lacquers give intense color and can be worn matte or sparkling.
With a list of mineral pigments that includes 24 and 22 carat gold, Mine Luxury Lacquers cost anything between $100 and $500 per bottle. The lacquers are artistically presented in beautiful hand cut Austrian crystal bottles and custom made presentation boxes. Mine Lacquers are intended for those with an appreciation for high quality and timeless luxury.