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Instant Crush: Odeme Nailpolish

Hannah Hart Beat

Afternoon, Hart Beat! Have you heard of the brand Odeme before? I first came across the brand in a small store in my hometown. I was drawn to the beautiful blush boxes and the creative names on packaging first, not even knowing that it was a nail polish brand. I mean, with names like Cinque TerreMaharani, and Cuba Libre it’s hard to ignore the colors. Typical Hannah I took a photo of the display to remember to look up later. Months later, combing through old photos of my dog, I’m glad I did because the discovery of Odeme has been one of the best things to happen this week.

Founded in 2015, Odeme creates accessory collections for the modern woman at home, at work, and at play. With considered design and a fresh palette, our products bring a celebratory spirit — where youthful pop meets timeless femininity — to objects that are both fun and functional.

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From the top left clockwise: Cuba Libre, Cinque Terre,  Los Feliz, Maharani, Odeon, and Blanche Sweet.

Other than the beauty of the nail polish colors, the impeccably designed box, and stand out names, the reason I’m a fan of Odeme is because their polish are all “five-free.” This means that each polish is made without the potentially harmful chemicals Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, and Camphor. Amazing, right?

Odeme sells ten signature shades all on their website, alongside other cute home goods like nail files and compact mirrors. Check out all of them on their site!

Hannah Hart Beat

Photos via the Odeme site and Catbird.

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