We all have bad habits—finger tapping, face picking, hair twirling—but few are as bad as chipping off nail polish. Not only are you left with Rorschach-like splotches of color on your fingers, but you’re also lifting off an important layer of nail.
But bad habits die hard, which is why there’s Peel and Paint polish from Sula. The chemical-free formula uses water, so that swatches of color come off in one swift chip without pulling off anything from the nail. An informal test in the office proved that Sula lives up to its promise, with our nails bare in just minutes without the help of headache-inducing remover.
The polish, which launched this past spring but is adding a handful of autumnal colors to its arsenal, might be easy to take off, but what happens if you like the shades so much that you want to keep it on? Just apply a topcoat and it will stick around for as long as it takes to kick a bad habit.
REBECCA WILLA DAVIS
$9 at sulabeauty.com