Tuesday In Love Halal Nail Polishes Will Remind You How Important Inclusivity Is In Beauty
Inclusivity with beauty products is immensely important, because so many women don't see their needs and wants truly represented, considered, or met with certain products or shades on the market. That's specifically true for Muslim women, many of which seek Halal-certified makeup and who don't wear nail polish because it creates a barrier between their nails and prayer water. Orly and MuslimGirl announced their #HalalPaint collection, which is breathable and allows oxygen and hydration to pass through it so that it doesn't interfere with prayer water. But indie brand Tuesday In Love creates nail polishes that are water-permeable and also come in a non-peelable formula and has been doing so for a while.
Tuesday In Love's color selection is also expansive and stunning, giving Muslim women plenty of choices and the ability to wear nail polish without having the aforementioned concerns.
According to the description on the brand's site, Tuesday in Love Water Permeable Nail Polish is "made with a unique color polymer compound that allows water molecules to penetrate through its micro-pores... Water and moisture can penetrate through to the nailbed providing a healthier, breathable environment." This doesn't happen with traditional nail polishes.
There are plenty other reasons to dig Tuesday in Love. The brand is cruelty-free and also donates a portion of every sale to the Plan Canada charity.
Gorgeous, right? Who wouldn't to wear this dazzling shade? As Tuesday in Love states on its site, Halal really can be this simple.
See what I mean about color selection? The brand really does have plenty of options.
There is also this amazing matte topcoat.
Tuesday in Love is making so many alternatives available. For women who want to use Halal-certified cosmetics, Tuesday in Love, which is based in Canada but ships worldwide, sells other products, including matte liquid lipsticks, eyeshadows, and more.
You can learn more about the brand through this FAQ, too.