Floral-scented fingers are preferable to ones that smell like acetone, but isn’t that why we have perfume? The spate of scented polishes coming across our news feed has left us wondering — why do our nails have to smell like anything at all?
Nail polish brand Scotch is a company after my own heart. Their line of 30 “intoxicating” colors (emphasis theirs, but we don’t disagree) is eco-friendly and free of the chemicals that cause that signature I’m-getting-an-unwanted-high nail polish smell. And they even make polish remover ($11.99), which can be an even worse culprit than the polish itself.
Colors like Velvet Kilt, Highland Mist, and Macbeth’s Dream (yes, Scotch really is Scotch) will cost you $14.99 — a small price to pay for the brain cells you’ll save by not inhaling chemical craziness.