Brand Focus: Kester Black



Hi all! Last year my sister bought me four Kester Black nail polishes and I have fallen in love with them! While using the nail polishes I have become interested in the brand and thought that I would share a review of the brand with you!


Kester Black is an Australian made and owned brand which began in 2012. As well as being Australian, the brand is Cruelty Free, accredited by the Leaping Bunny and it is also vegan. How good is that! The brand uses sustainable production methods which adds to the list of reasons to try this brand. The nail polishes are made of the ‘Five Free Formula’ meaning it is free of some of the toxic chemicals found in other nail polishes. They contain no Toluene, DBP, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde resin and Camphor.


The range of colours is pretty good. There are bright colours, neutrals and even a few glitter shades. For being a relatively new brand on the market I am very impressed with the colour range. I have the colours Hydrate and Conquer which is a lovely deep red, Forest which is a gorgeous dark green, Peony which is a dusty pinky purple and Forget Me Not which is a classic light blue. The nail polishes are $20AUD. These nail polishes can be found at stockists throughout Australia or online. Shipping within Australia is $7 or free when you spend over $65. The company also ships internationally.


Overall I am very impressed with this brand! I am looking forward to their future and the possibility of more colours. Thanks for reading! Please comment below if you have tried anything from this brand and have any colour recommendations.

You can find them here

Christina xo

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