Rotomahana's iridescent light white-pink color is named after Lake Rotomahana in New Zealand, and inspired by the pink and white terraces, also known as Te Otukapuarangi - Maori for the fountain of the clouded sky. This natural wonder was once considered the largest silica sinter deposit in the world and was sometimes referred to as the 8th wonder of the world in the 1800s. In 1886, Mount Tarawera erupted and the terraces were thought to have been destroyed.
Rotomahana is an almost-iridescent light pink breathable nail polish.
Free of alcohol, animal products, animal testing and are ablution-friendly. The formula is non-peelable and allows water-permeability, making sure that water and oxygen reaches the nail surface.
This product requires rubbing during ablution to assist in water permeability.