I think it’s safe to say that the entire McDermott family loves to add a little spice to their style with manicures and pedicures. Even Hattie doesn’t let her tiny nails prevent her from rocking some fabulously chic nail polish! Ever since I gave Hattie her first pedicure, I’ve become obsessed with Piggy Paint – an eco-friendly, non-toxic nail polish (they say that it’s as natural as mud!) It can be so hard to find products that are pretty but also good for your body and the environment, and Piggy Paint has hit a real bull’s eye here!
Piggy Paint was started by Melanie Hurley, a mom with two little girls who love nothing more than having pretty polish on their fingers. However, she hated the thought of her little ones putting their fingers in their mouth after having manicures with the traditional, toxin-filled nail polishes. She also couldn’t stand the smell, which I think is a mutual feeling amongst all of us mamas and probably anybody with a normal and sane scent tolerance. After an accidental polish spill revealed just how dangerous regular nail polishes can be, Melanie decided to take matters into her own hands and create non-flammable, water-based polishes made with natural ingredients. And so Piggy Paint was born! All of the Piggy Paint polishes are free of acetone, formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, biphenyl A, and ethyl acetate. Another bonus is that they are made right here in the USA!
As a mama who wants nothing but the best for her little ones, I think that what Melanie has done is beyond admirable. With that said, I’m very excited to give you the chance to win a nail polish set! I’ll give three lucky ediTORIal readers a Princess Piggy Package, which includes 15 Piggy Paint Polish and 2 polish removers:
To enter, simply leave me a comment below telling me which nail polish color from the Princess Piggy Package you like the most!
ediTORIal readers also receive a discount for online purchases at Piggy Paint. Use the code “ToriSpelling” when you checkout, and you’ll receive 20% off your purchase!
Good luck and thank you Piggy Paint!