Water Based Nail Polish Brands

Water Based Nail Polish Brands

Water Based Nail Polish Brands

To help you find a safe alternative to conventional nail polish, I have complied a list of non-toxic water based nail polish brands for kids and grown-ups. It includes both long-lasting and peel-off formulas. If you have been following Pretty Painted Nails for a while you are probably familiar with many of these water based nail polish brands. If you are new to water based nail polish, this will serve as an introduction.

If you know any other water based brands to add to the list, please share in the comments.

Water-Based Nail Polish Brands for Grown-Ups

Acquarella Water Based Nail Polish Acquarella

Acquarella is a long-lasting non-peel-off brand of water based nail polish for grown-ups. Acquarella is non-flammable and free from toxic fumes. It is easy to apply, since it does not require a base or top coat.

Acquarella Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Acquarella Nail Polish

 

 

Aqmore Brand Water Based Nail Polish AQmore

AQmore is a peel-off brand of water based nail polish for grown-ups. It comes in a cute bottle and adorable colors. AQmore nail polish is convenient to remove- just soak your nails in water for 30 seconds and then peel off the polish.

AQmore Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove AQmore Nail Polish

 

 

Go Natural Nail Polish Go Natural

Go Natural is a long-lasting brand of water based nail polish for grown-ups. Go Natural offers a base and top coat, to extend the wear of the polish.

Go Natural Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Go Natural Nail Polish

 

 

Honeybee Gardens Water Based Nail Polish  Honeybee Gardens WaterColors

Honeybee Gardens is a non-peel-off brand of water based nail polish for grown-ups. Honeybee Gardens formula is free from harsh chemical odors and is Earth-friendly.

Honeybee Gardens Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Honeybee Gardens Nail Polish

 

 

Gravatar for Mezaya Nail Polish Brand Mezaya

Mezaya is a non-peel-off brand of water based nail polish for grown-ups. There is also a new line of Mezaya Girl peel-off water based nail polish for kids. Mezaya Nail Colours are sold through Toxic Free Boutique in the UK.

I have not yet tried Mezaya water based nail polish. Have you? If so, what do you think of Mezaya?

 

 

Scotch Naturals Water Based Nail Polish  Scotch Naturals

Scotch Naturals is a non-peel-off brand of water based nail polish for grown-ups. Scotch Naturals offers base and top coats that are also water based, as well as soy based remover. The same company makes Hopscotch Kids nail polish.

Scotch Naturals Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Scotch Naturals Nail Polish

 

 

Sula Water Based Nail Polish Sula Paint & Peel

Sula Paint & Peel polishes are water based temporary peel-off nail polishes for grown-ups. Sula nail polish is fun to peel off and does not require remover.

Sula Paint and Peel Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Sula Paint & Peel Nail Polish

 

 

Suncoat Water Based Nail Polish Suncoat

Suncoat is a Canadian brand of water based nail polish that makes both peel-off and non-peel off formulas. Suncoat polishes are colored with natural minerals.

Suncoat Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Suncoat Peel-Off Nail Polish

How to Apply and Remove Suncoat Non-Peel-Off Nail Polish

 

 

Water-Based Nail Polish Brands for Kids

Gravatar for AllyKats Nail Polish Brand AllyKats

AllyKats is a non-toxic peel-off water based nail polish brand for kids.

I have not tried AllyKats nail polish. Do your kids wear AllyKats water based nail polish?

 

 

 

 

Hopscotch Kids Water Based Nail Polish  Hopscotch Kids

Hopscotch Kids is a non-peel-off brand of water based nail polish for kids. It is a kid-friendly alternative to solvent-based nail polish. The same company also offers a line of nail polish for grown-ups called Scotch Naturals.

Hopscotch Kids Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Hopscotch Kids Nail Polish

 

 

Keeki Water Based Nail Polish Keeki Pure & Simple

Keeki Pure & Simple is a non-peel-off brand of water based nail polish meant for kids and tweens, that also works wonderfully for grown-ups. It is a long-lasting nail polish, especially when used with the base and top coats.

Keeki Pure & Simple Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Keeki Pure & Simple Nail Polish

 

 

Piggy Paint Water Based Nail Polish Brand Piggy Paint

Piggy Paint is a non-peel-off brand of water based nail polish for kids. There is also a line of Piggy Paint nail polish colors for grown-ups, called Refined. If you are looking for nail polish for dogs, Piggy Paint brand also offers Puppy Paint.

Piggy Paint Nail Polish Reviews

How to Apply and Remove Piggy Paint Nail Polish

 

 

Gravatar for Suncoat Girl Nail Polish Brand Suncoat Girl

Suncoat Girl is a peel-off line of water based nail polish for kids. Suncoat also makes both peel-off and non-peel-off polishes for grown-ups.

I have not tried the Suncoat Girl line, but I like the Suncoat peel-off polishes for grown-ups.

 

 

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6 Responses to “Water Based Nail Polish Brands”

  1. Rebekah says:

    Hello there!
    My nail is Rebekah and I’m looking into getting water based nail polishes. I think I am going to get some keeki pure and simple, based on your reviews acquarella and Keeki pure and simple seem to be the longest lasting and easiest to apply. I have a few questions about Keeki pure and simple. Ok, so… conventional nail polishes don’t last that long on me like after a day or two it will start chipping and then peeling off in huge sheets (probably because I have oily nail beds?) so do you thing water based polishes (acquarella and keeki pure and simple) would last longer? Also do you like the colors glazed doughnut and hot cocoa? I really l love those colors from keeki pure and simple but I’m not sure if they would look good on my skin tone, which is about the same as yours. Thank you so much I really love your website I think it gives really good honest opinions.

    • Heidi says:

      Hi Rebekah,
      When you use water based nail polishes it is important that your nails are very clean and free from oil. I would recommend washing your hands, buffing your nails, and washing your hands again before applying Keeki Pure & Simple nail polish. Buffing your nails should help remove some of the natural oils and any residue from lotion. Also, keep in mind that water based nail polishes tend to work better after you have been wearing them for a while. So you might want to start out wearing Glazed Donut, in case it chips the first couple times you wear it. Once you are getting good results try a darker color like Hot Cocoa. I have not worn either of those colors, but they look pretty on the website. I am thinking about getting Hot Cocoa sometime, so please let me know how you like it.

      As far as whether water based polish will last longer on you than conventional polish, I am not really sure. Even conventional polish varies from brand to brand. If the Keeki polish chips at first, do not give up. Try removing it and applying it again. It might work better after a few times. And definitely use the base and top coats along with the colored polish.

      I hope that water based polish works out for you!

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  3. norman says:

    Go natural
    Safe nail
    Refreshingly free
    Pure Anada

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