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Beach Bonfire

Beach Bonfire

SKU: 019

Beach Bonfire brings some serious heat to the  Sizzlin’ Summer: Beach Party collection! Beach Bonfire is a corange base, a coral orange, with a pink and gold shimmer. Put on your shades when viewing in sunlight!


$13, 15ml., Flammable, Opaque in 2-3 coats, depending on your visible nail line and preference

  • Ingredients

    Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Isobutyl Acetate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Silica, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, N-Butyl Alcohol, Benzophenone-1, Violet 2

  • Return and Refund Policies

    At Jewel of the Nail, we do our very best to ensure every time you visit, you leave happpy. If your product is damaged during shipping, you will receive a replacement free of charge upon sending a photograph of the damaged item(s). 


    Due to the handmade, small-batch nature of our product, each batch may vary slightly from another. Photos are captured in various lighting against different skin types to  give the best approximation of how the polish will look in-person. Jewel of the Nail tests every product for staining, formula consistency, and glitter longevity and color-fastness. Refunds or exchanges will be given if there is an issue with product quality. 

  • Shipping Info

    All shipments will be made via USPS or UPS, whichever is cheaper on the day your product(s) ship. All packaging is recycleable.

    Due to the way Wix's shipping options are set up, you may receive a partial refund to your form of payment for shipping if their system charges more than what your shipping actually totals. 

    Shipping internationally or to Alaska and Hawaii are not currently available, though we anticipate those locations will be available in the future. Though other brands and suppliers do find workarounds to shipping by air, Jewel of the Nail will only ship via air when certified to do so to remain compliant to all applicable laws and regulations that govern nail polish transport. 

  • Nail Polish 101

    • Use a base coat - There are many types of base coats to choose from, such as double bonded, ridge filling, peel-off, and so on. Whichever fits your needs, it's important to apply base coat before you apply your polish. It helps strengthen and protect your nails in general, and also helps to protect your nails from staining.
    • Sometimes extra-large glitters can sink toward the bottom of the bottle. To ensure you don't have to fish for them, turn the bottle on its cap for roughly 3 minutes before applying. If a bottle was trapped on its side during transport, use an orange stick to remove the glitter from the sides and then put it on its cap for a few minutes before applying normally.
    • Always apply top coat. It helps protect your manicure from damage. You can re-apply top coat every other day to keep it fresher, longer. Some polishes can dry to a duller finish. Top coat makes them shiny and bright.
    • Wrap those tips! What is wrapping? It's when you apply each coat of base coat, polish, and top coat, and you ensure you paint over the edge of the tip of your nails. It helps keep your manicure fresh and helps prevent chipping.
    • Oil your cuticles several times a day, if possible. It's very easy for your cuticles to get dry, especially during winter, or if you wash your hands a lot. Oiling them keeps them lubricated and can help stimulate nail growth. Plus your hands just look better!
    • Wait for each coat to dry, or mostly dry, before applying the next coat. This is especially important when using a polish with a lot of glitter. It also helps to ensure even application.
    • The soak-off method is often best to remove glitters that are difficult to remove. To soak off, apply cotton balls dipped in nail polish remover with acetone to your nails for 3-5 minutes on each nail with a clip holding the cotton ball in place, or aluminum foil can hold the cotton ball in place. Or use a peel-off base coat for super easy removal and zero nail damage!
    • Don't use your nails as tools. That's what toothpicks and the like are for.
    • Make a mistake on a nail, but don't want to ruin the nails you have already painted to fix it? Just put a dry cotton ball in a small round-edge chip clip, just enough for the clip to grasp the cotton ball, and you can then apply the polish remover to the cotton ball, then apply the cotton ball to the nail you need to fix! And everyone has a chip clip, right? :D
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