Charlotte Fnug Munksgaard was banned from wearing makeup when she was little, so when she grew up, she decided to turn that temptation into her job. At the age of 19, he began to travel and research enamels. He spent ten years doing it before founding this Danish brand that is pronounced with the silent F. We also doubt how to do it.
Fnug is Danish for "little" and it is an affectionate nickname used in Charlotte's family. Also, in Denmark, when the snow appears it is said "sne fnug" which translates as "snowflake", Fnug has that double meaning.
Fnug is a nail polish brand inspired by Scandinavian fashion. Each season releases new colors to join the rhythm of trends. Like the Scandinavian style, the brand is not afraid of colors or mixes.
Fnug glazes are fortified with (beware vegans!) Caviar, which contains bone-strengthening amino acids. Contains no formaldehyde, toulene, or dibutyl phthalate [DBP]. They are easy to apply and spread.
Fnug's nail polish comes in an organza pouch. These details we like.