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Morgan Taylor Lacquer Review

Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer is from the manufacturers Gelish. (Gelish is a light cured soak off gel polish.)

Morgan Taylor Nail LacquerMorgan Taylor Lacquer is DBP (dibutyl phthalate), toluene and formaldehyde free. There are 100 unique colors to choose from in glitters, metallics and creams. It was recently shown on the runways at fashion week.

The colors look great on the color chart! My salon received a sample to try.

I wanted to love it, but it was chipped on my fingernails within 24 hours. Know this, I am notorious for chipping polish, even gel polish!
 
 


A client also had the same chipping situation.

It is holding up on my toes beautifully, though.






We tried Hot, Hot Tamale. It went on smooth with nice coverage. I loved the richly pigmented color and the glossy shine. I'm not sure about the ergonomic cap. It is very smooth. There is no texture to it making it a bit slippery if you have remnants of lotion on your hands. 

Here is the important question for me and my clients...is it tested on animals? I don't know. I sent an email to morgantaylorlacquer.com back on June 18 asking but got no reply. I sent another one and am still waiting for a reply.

If it is not animal tested, I would use it again for the beautiful colors, but only on my toes because of how quickly it chipped on my fingernails. 

Here is a link to their site:
 
http://www.morgantaylorlacquer.com

Update: It's been years since I tried this polish. This company never answered my email. I never used it again.

        Have a Beautiful Day! 
xo
Licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist

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