I was recently sent some lovely TRIND Cosmetics to try out from Charming Media. This post is long over do and I have been dying to try out these lovely nail polishes, but I had some trouble with my mail! It finally made its way into my hands and I could not be happier. I was very curious to try TRIND nail products because they differ from other nail products on the market. TRIND products are based on the natural consistency of the nail, cuticle and hands. Their products are designed to make the nails stronger and more beautiful.
“Trind products make the nails stronger and beautiful, without disturbing the structure of the nail while nourishing the cuticles and hands. This is the basis for the success of Trind. Highly effective active products uniquely formulated! Trind’s products are not designed to mask, hide or provide a quick fix to problem nails cuticle or hand issues. Using Trind products will develop a synergistic nail, cuticle and hand therapy maintenance program for a lifetime of beauty!”
Firstly, I will explain the nail treatments I was sent. It seems like a good place to start because your nails should be strong and healthy before you decide to do anything else. I love nail treatments, every once in a while you really do need them. Now, you have heard me explain before that Shellac/Gel Polish DOES NOT DAMAGE YOUR NAILS. If your nails are damaged after having Shellac/Gel Polish on your nails it is because:
- You peeled the polish off your fingernails, therefore removing a layer of your nail with the polish
- Your nail technician incorrectly applied and removed your Shellac/Gel Polish, therefore leaving your nails damaged
If you are removing and applying gel polish correctly your nails should be just as healthy as they were before you applied the polish. This is why it is so important to go to a salon that is using proper techniques and has educated nail technicians. So if you caused damage to your nails or your nail technician did these two products will have your nails in tip-top shape in no time!
TRIND Nail Restorer
“The Trind Keratin Treatment is a nail strengthening product for persons with weakened or damaged nails, for example after use of artificial nails or exposure to solvents (nail polish remover) and the environmental pollution. The Trind Keratin Nail Restorer and Trind Keratin Nail Protector are designed to support each other’s efficacy, when used in combination with each other.The added Keratin from the Trind Keratin Nail Restorer (which is a balsam and therefore doesn’t seal the nail) provides extra structural integrity of the nail plate through adhesion.”
The Trind Keratin Treatment is fabulous for damaged nails. If you use this treatment over 4-6 weeks your nails will be as good as new and you will be able to use other products and colours to have your nails looking fantastic in no time. The Trind Keratin Treatment is also really great after a Shellac/Gel Removal and even from the environmental pollution!
TRIND Keratin Nail Protector
“In order to preserve the beneficial effects of Trind Nail Restorer, we created Trind Protector. It protects the sensitive nail against influences from “outside” (mechanical damage, leaching by water etc.). It also contains hydrolyzed keratin and can be used as such or as a base for coloured nail polish.”
The Trind Keratin Treatment and Keratin Nail Protector are designed to work together and support each other. Though they can be used on their own it is recommended that you use them as a pair for the best results! This product can also be used as a base for the nail before apply a colour, for a little added protection.
Two little products and your damaged nails can be as good as new, and ready for some polish! I was lucky enough to also receive 3 lovely polishes from Charming Media, and let me tell you the pigment is amazing.
“The Trind Caring Color Line offers a fascinating palette of fashionable shades for fabulous nails. Color Lacquer that has specially been developed as a maintenance system.”
TRIND Caring Colours
Look at that beautiful coral! OH MY GOODNESS I just love it. I think my toes are going to be very coral this Spring/Summer. What a perfect colour selection, don’t you think? I mean I love gray polish, it looks fantastic on the toes. And I mean True Red, can you ever really go wrong with that? Red hands and feet, my goodness that’s so sexy. There is something so sexy about red toe nails. And Coral I don’t even need to explain that one, coral is my all time favorite colour for the summer. So this will most definitely be my go-to colour.
“The Trind Caring Colors maintain your beautiful nails, keeping them in better shape all the time.”
And these are only 3 of the colours that they have! They offer 48 fantastic colours to choose from! Isn’t it great that you can have a nail system that will help restore and repair your nails, as well as continue to protect them even while still wearing beautiful colours? I just love the whole concept.
“Trind Extra Mild Nail Polish Remover is oil- and acetone free and guaranteed perfectly cleans your nails. Use before applying a Trind product or polish. Trind Nail Polish Remover is safe and effective, because we use those solvents, that are least aggressive to the nails and the surrounding skin.”
Nail Polish Remover
And it doesn’t even end at the treatments and the lovely colours. TRIND also has a Nail Polish Remover that is extra mild and acetone free so that you do not dehydrate the nail and cuticle area. However, you will still get clean polish free nails with no fuss or mess. Safe and effective. Exactly what you want from a Nail Polish Remover.
The TRIND Keratin Treatment (as a DUO) $45.95
The TRIND Caring Colours $13.00 each
To find out where the closest store/spa that carries TRIND Cosmetics click HERE
Thank You to Charming Media
for sending me these lovely products. I always love everything they send me! I very much enjoyed trying these nail products. It’s always refreshing try new products on the market. Being a nail tech and seeing many damaged nails I think the Keratin Treatment is fantastic.
Have you tried TRIND Cosmetics?