daniPro Swatches & Review

May 22, 2016


Hey guys! I was recently contacted to review a new-to-me brand called daniPro. They are the first and only doctor created nail polish that is infused with Undecylenic acid and is completely free of damaging chemicals. Check for more info and pics after the jump!

 daniPro was originally created to provide a more health conscious manicure or pedicure at the nail salon or even from the comfort of home. It was created by Manhattan Podiatrist, Dr. Gary Evans. A graduate of NYU and the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Gary Evans is a board certified podiatrist and surgeon who has been practicing in New York City for over 30 years. Following extensive surgical training, he began his private practice. Dr. Evans specializes in all aspects of podiatry including: podiatric medicine, corrective foot surgery, and sports medicine. Dr. Evans is a pioneer in treating nail fungus and creator of daniPro nail polish, the first and only toxin-free infused nail polish containing the active ingredient Undecylenic Acid.

First Kiss - Red is a beautiful, smooth and creamy red. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL in person! Be careful to not get too much polish on the brush and flood your cuticles, as reds are notorious for staining. Shown below is 2 coats topped with daniPro top coat.
Forever Girl - Perfect Pink is a soft, sheer, and delicate pink. Application was a bit streaky but evens out after 3 coats. Shown below is 3 coats topped with daniPro top coat.
My Girl - Pure Pink is a fun bubble gum pink. This is probably my favorite shade of pink, as it reminds me of Barbie and summer time fun! Formula was similar to Perfect Pink, a bit streaky but evens out after 3 coats.
Final thoughts: The colors are nice and formulas are ok, but for the price point ($18) I think it's a bit steep! There are plenty of 5 free formula indies out there for half the price. I can see a need for this in salons, but as a regular consumer I don't think I would drop $18 on a creme polish. I was pleasantly surprised at how quickly the top coat dried, as it wasn't labeled a quick dry top coat.

If you'd like to purchase these you can do so HERE for $18 a piece and the top coat is $20.

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