This is one of those polishes you feel good about buying: Dani-Mite is an EXTREMELY limited edition polish (only 100 will EVER be made!) & a whopping 50% is going towards a wonderful cause. This is an almost unheard of percentage for a small business which means you should feel fabulous for absolutely having to buy it.
From Nails by Laura herself on her Etsy page where this polish is STILL being sold:
THERE WILL ONLY BE 100 MADE EVER. They will be labeled as such (1/100, 2/100, 3/100,etc). I WILL NOT make any more after that. You will not see this become part of my regular line. When the 100 sell, they’re gone. So grab ’em for a good cause!
So here’s the deal:
Each polish is marked at $10 and 50% will go to NBTS. At the link below, you will see there is a link to “Give” where I will be donating the proceeds myself after every 10 polishes sold. If you are not interested in the polish, I encourage you to donate there.”
Dani-Mite form Nails by Laura- A clear base with extra small holo glitter, semi-satin turquoise small hexes, orange small hexes, & medium satin mint hex glitters. This is 2 coats.
Application is superb on this, & absolutely lovely. I have it on over Sally Hansen “Thinking of Blue” which is a medium toned navy. My bottle is #39 of 100. I know it says it above in her own words but I want to point out this is NOT a small bottle. For reference, OPI bottles hold 15ml & so does this one. That is a lot of polish! I love it. It just went on so effortlessly & I didn’t even need a topcoat. This is going to be stunny in a jelly sammich!
I bought this polish from my own funds because not only is it for a great cause, but, have you looked at it? I needed to own it, no doubt about it. Its brilliantly different from anything else in my glitter collection & looks completely unique. If you liked this polish, definitely check out some of my other Nails by Laura posts, she has blown me away every time. Black Tie Affair is one of my very personal favorites, I even wore it to IMATS LA!
What do you think? Love it? Are you more likely to purchase a polish that donates to charity?