When I started making my own line of polishes I knew that I wanted at least part of my line to benefit a cause near and dear to my heart and that is assisting those in the United States Armed Forces. My brother was killed in action on November 6, 2010 while fighting with the 101st Airborne in the Kunar Province, Afghanistan. He was 23 years old.
So Bravery is the first of a series of polishes in honor of our servicemen and women. A portion of the profits from this line will benefit charities that directly aid those in the Army, Navy, and Marines.
It's comprised of red, blue, and white hex, square, and bar glitter in a clear base. Some are matte, some are traditional glitters. And there are also white stars dispersed throughout.
All swatches show two coats of Bravery over Confetti's Lonesome Dove, a great neutral gray.
The stars are prominent on my pinky, middle, and thumb fingernails.
The polish will be available in time for the 4th of July and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Soldiers' Angels, a nonprofit organization that assists servicemen and women of all branches of the United States Armed Forces. Their motto is "May no soldier go unloved."
You can learn more about Soldiers' Angels here.