Who We Are

Vivica A Fox holding Honey Nail Glam gift box set Blueberry Ice

Honey Nail Glam, Inc. is a Non-Toxic beauty brand luxury nail polish company. Safe for Mothers, kids and teens. We love all things Eco-conscious with no harsh chemicals that are cruelty free. We offer color therapy nail lacquers that are 9-FREE Formula: Formulated without Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Dibutyl Phthalate, Toulene, Camphor, TPHP, XYLENE, ETHYL TOSYLAMIDE and Lead.

Our Color Therapy nail lacquers are glossy, fast drying, last for weeks with out chipping and provide a sweet, sensational smooth finish to each nail. The best news, we created a clear excellent basecoat (Honey Gel Top Coat) and our signature sweet cuticle oil created with vitamin E, almond, safflower and essential aromatherapy oils that heal the cuticle of all who use our product. Our unique cuticle oil formula adds moisture to the skin and aids in the healing of your cuticles, shrinking and tightening the skin, which helps prevent hangnails.

The Honey Nail Glam unique oil is exclusively created and paired with all Honey Nail Glam Colors as a two-piece combo gift set. THE HNG brand is “Vegan Friendly and Cruelty Free”.  We launched nine amazing sweet delectable nail polish lacquers for consumers to select and buy. We offer single bottles of our nail lacquers and The Sweet Cuticle Oil can be purchased as separate item.

Honey Nail Glam 9-FREE FAQ’s Why It Matters

Why buy Honey Nail Glam?

We are 100% vegan, non-toxic, and free of Formaldehyde, DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde Resin, and Camphor. And the best news – products are also never tested on animals.


Is your polish vegan? 

Yes our polish is vegan.


How does our company reduce its impact on the environment?


Honey Nail Glam is a natural, eco-friendly nail polish the best news we are manufactured in the USA. Our mission is to reuse as much packaging material as we can.



Nail Lacquer—What’s the Shelf Life?

nail polish is one of those beauty products that takes a lot longer to use up, but tends to stay in cabinets and counters for decades. Compact—lacquers, top and base coats, and special nail treatments don’t exactly have a mandated shelf life. So when do you toss them? According to Schoon Scientific president Doug Schoon (who formerly served as CND’s VP of Science and Technology), the FDA does not designate the shelf life of nail polish, so it’s up to the manufacturer to determine the appropriate date. “Unopened and properly stored polish will last at least 18 months, possibly 24 months depending on storage conditions,



How Do You Preserve Your Nail Polish?


A long shelf life begins with a little TLC. “Your nail polish should last forever, as long as you store it properly,” asserts Essie Cosmetics founder Essie Weingarten. As long as the polish is stored out of direct sunlight and in a cool, dark setting—”the light and heat can break down the drying time,” she explains—and the bottle of the neck is kept clean with acetone, there’s no reason why you can’t keep the nail renaissance going and going.



What is Formaldehyde?


is a suspected carcinogen and while it can help create a harder nail plate, it also lowers flexibility and increases brittleness over time. Formaldehyde can also cause nail changes such as separation, throbbing pain, infections, and dryness of fingertips.


What is Toluene?

is a volatile petrochemical solvent that is toxic to the respiratory system, can cause birth defects and possibly carcinogenic.


What is Formaldehyde Resin?

is a known allergen and its effects start with the lifting of the nail and can lead to more severe reactions such as burning, itching, irritation, and peeling of the surrounding skin.


What is Xylene?

is a solvent that keeps your nail polish from getting gloppy; it’s also a known allergen and possible carcinogen.  Known human nervous system and respiratory toxicant, irritating to skin, eyes and lungs.

What is DBP?

is used as a plasticizer in nail polish. Inhalation can lead to headaches, dizziness, nausea, and seizures.

What is Camphor?

is used as a plasticizer in nail polish. Inhalation can lead to headaches, dizziness, nausea, and seizures.

What is Triphenyl phosphate?

is a plasticizer used to make polish flexible and durable but it is also an endocrine disruptor and possible marine pollutants


What’s the difference between 3, 5 & 7 free nail polishes?
In mainstream nail polishes there are three chemicals that are particularly dangerous. The first is Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP) which is an ingredient often used in plastics to make them more flexible. According the US Environmental Protection Agency, DBP could potentially have dangerous effects on developmental growth, reproduction and is in fact toxic. The Second chemical is Formaldehyde which according to the National Cancer Institute is a possible carcinogen, meaning it could cause cancer. The third chemical is Toluene which is a highly hazardous chemical found in petroleum that could also be toxic with prolonged exposure (according to the US Environmental Protection Agency).


So when nail polishes are listed as 3-Free this means that they are free of those three nasties!


5-Free nail polishes also do not contain those three ingredients, but in addition also tend to not contain Formaldehyde Resin or Camphor either (Camphor is actually a nasty that can cause your nails to yellow and dry out). 7-Free nail polishes go even further and tend to also remove the ingredients Ethyl Tosylamide and Andxylene.