Hanami Nail Polish Haul: Vegan & Cruelty Free

Today I received my order from Hanami Cosmetics.



I first came across Hanami when I received a nail polish in a Vegan Beauty Box by The Vegan Box a few months ago. What caught my attention about their polishes were that they are 7free. What does that mean? Glad you asked

7 Free:

Traditional nail polish contains toulene, formaldehyde, DBP, camphor, formaldehyde resin, ethyl tosylamide and xylene. “DBP could potentially have dangerous effects on developmental growth, reproduction and is in fact toxic. The Second chemical is Formaldehyde which according to the National Cancer Institute is a possible carcinogen, meaning it could cause cancer. The third chemical is Toluene which is a highly hazardous chemical found in petroleum that could also be toxic with prolonged exposure”.

“Information from Nourished Life

So with Hanami you won’t find any of these nasties in their polishes.


They recently had a free upgrade to express postage and they offer afterpay so I thought why not try some of their other colours.

Here is what I got ๐Ÿ™‚ย 


L to R:

Reflektor $17.95

Technologic $17.95


L to R:

Ritual Union $17.95

Pony $17.95

Dancing On My Own $17.95


L to R:

Cherry Oh Baby $17.95

Fools Gold $17.95

They also had a offer where if you spent over $50 you would receive a lucky dip. I received amazing babe stickers from Mel Stringerย and a beautiful notebook from Words with Heart.

Hanami also sells mineral blushes, lipsticks, mascaras and nail polish removers.

I sneakily placed an order two days after this one and I picked up a few more. I will definitely not need anymore nail polish after this…. well maybe ๐Ÿ™‚

Thank you for reading and make sure to check out my instagram @VeganBeautyJunkie


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