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ORLY - Vegan, and cruelty free

ORLY - vegan and cruelty free

We are so excited to announce the introduction of the ORLY range of products in all our salons.

Using high-quality products that are both ethically produced and achieve a beautiful finished result for our clients is of the utmost importance to us. ORLY’s range of products perfectly align with our values at The Art of Nails.

ORLY Nail Lacquers are formulated without harsh chemicals such as formaldehyde or parabens and are also free from animal-derived ingredients, meaning they are completely vegan and cruelty-free.

With fresh and fun colours such as What’s The Big Teal, Rosé All Day, Turn It Up and It’s Britney Beach, we know you’ll be as eager to try out the full range of gorgeous shades as we are to create beautiful looks for our clients with them.

Those that follow news from the beauty community will know there was recently some confusion as to ORLY’s position on animal testing when products were spotted for sale in mainland China -where animal testing on beauty products is mandatory by law.

ORLY released a statement clarifying that they do not, nor have ever, tested their products on animals. Our clients can rest assured ORLY is a cruelty free product.

See below for ORLY’s full official statement;

“First of all, I want to assure you and your readers that ORLY has always had a strict policy against testing products on animals. We have always been, and will continue to be, a cruelty free company.

In China, while you can find many well-known brands, such as ORLY, OPI, ESSIE and CND, that does not mean that these manufacturers are officially importing their products to China.

Since there is a demand for American made nail lacquers in China, some companies in China known as diverters are buying product anywhere they can and unofficially getting them into China. Since I can only speak for ORLY, let me assure you that we did not apply for needed permits with the Chinese authorities and therefore we did not submit our products for testing in China."

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