That Time I Painted My Nails With Pacifica “Cinnamon Girl”

Hello lovelies!

I hope you’re well. Just stopping by to show off my favorite shade of red — “Cinnamon Girl” by Pacifica Beauty. I will continue visiting the nail salon at least monthly for pedicures, but I decided to stick with the DIY approach for my manicures. I’m never completely satisfied with how my nails turn out when I get them done professionally anyway, so I figured I’d save myself the coins and keep my manicures in-house. It’s such a stress reliever for me, and cuts down on my exposure to toxic fumes. Plus, the Pacifica Beauty brand of polish is free of the typical nasties like toluene and formaldehyde.

I purchased this polish at Sprouts years ago. When used in combination with the Pacifica top coat, I can go over a week chip-free. “Cinnamon Girl” is more of a holiday red so I guess you can say it’s Christmas in May over here.



What’s your go-to shade of red non toxic nail polish? Do tell.


Consciously Candace cannot make claims to treat or prevent any condition, illness or disease. All information should be used for informational purposes, and does not replace the advice of trained medical professionals or dermatologists. Be well!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. I love this brand of nail polish. I also checked out a few of your other posts. I followed you and do not regret it. I just started my blog and am looking for some support, would you mind checking my blog out? Thank you so much! 🙂 ❤


    1. Thanks for stopping by and reading, Emma! I will check out your blog!

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