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David Boreanaz Loves Designing Colors for Wife’s All-Natural Nail Polish Collection

07/09/2013 at 04:00 PM ET

David Boreanaz plays a cocky FBI agent on his hit show, Bones, but he’s a softie when it comes to his almost 3-year-old daughter Bella and her mini beauty routine. That’s why the actor was happy to support his wife Jaime‘s latest project: Chrome Girl, an all-natural nail polish collection.

Launched in Feb. 2013, Jaime and her partner Melissa Ravo came up with the idea while polishing their little girls’ nails and realizing all the harmful ingredients that may inadvertently end up in their mouths.

So the good pals decided to make a polish that is free of all the bad stuff (formaldehyde, DBP, toluene or camphor) and safe enough for kids, but that doesn’t compromise on rich color.

It’s a good thing David was willing to help out during the creative process. “I immediately fell in love with designing the colors,” he tells PEOPLE. “And as a parent, I was immediately drawn to the safety benefits.”

And it already has celeb fans — mom and actress Jennifer Hudson, who wore the Hard to Get shade to this year’s Oscars.

David Boreanaz All-Natural Nail Polish Chrome Girl
Courtesy Chrome Girl; Inset: Todd Williamson/Invision/AP


To see the full collection of polishes, go to chromegirl.com.

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Heather on

This isn’t a new concept! piggy paint has been around for years!

Tonya on

It may not be a “new concept,” but it is the best polish of its kind and the best polish I’ve used. Period. Perhaps they tried the comparable brands (as I have) and weren’t satisfied with the quality. Many companies are launched because folks aren’t enamored of existing products and know they can improve upon them. Beauty in particular is ripe for invention and innovation. Besides, Piggy Paint is marketed primarily to kids while Chrome Girl is pitched to adults. It was inspired by their daughters, but it isn’t a kids’ line per se.

jessica on

and he’s so inspired by his “almost three year old” daughter that he designed polishes called “barely legal,” “bedroom eyes,” “hard to get,” “no tan lines,” “shmexy,” and “pillow talk” among others?? don’t get me wrong, i love watching his character on bones, but really?! i, too, have an almost three year old daughter, and i feel like the premise behind their product is a bit skewed. it’s a great idea (yes, i have used piggy paint on my daughter when she was very young and i know it’s not their original idea…), but the sweet idea of making safe polish for your little girl and then going with the whole “sex sells” approach is a bit skeevy to me. just sayin. :\

meghan on

jessica, it’s a line for adults

Catherine on

It’s the least he can after nailing Tiger’s #1 ho.

luc on

A few years ago he was cheatin on his wife with lots of women. I am sure he has to do whatever she says or she would pick up and take those kids away. Of course he loves the nail polish….what else can he say?

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