The Nails Inc Hyde Park Corner nail lacquer came as part of a seven piece collection I purchased recently on QVC. I usually can’t resist a Nails Inc crème polish as the coverage, formulation, application and performance are always impressive and with this polish, I felt the same.
Texture has been a big trend for 2013 with every nail brand experimenting with different textured finishes. The China Glaze Texture collection introduced six vibrant hues which dried to a grain-y finish.
I came across the Butter London Knackered nail polish when it was released as part of their Spring 2012 collection. It really stood out to me above the rest as it appeared to be a duo chrome with a really intriguing mix of colours and glitters.
With emerald being celebrated as the Pantone colour of 2013, a number of gorgeous green nail polishes have been popping up on the market. I bought the Nails Inc Knightsbridge Green polish last month as I’d been admiring it for while since I first saw it on QVC.
I recently bought the Leighton Denny Brick Road nail polish as part of a set in TK Maxx. I thought it would be perfect for my nails in Summer time. After falling in love with his Spring Summer 2013 colours, I am slowly building up my Leighton Denny collection. I wore this colour a while ago and decided to do a review for it.
This Summer, bright colours dominate and the new Essie Naughty Nautical celebrates this with six refreshing lacquers. Unlike any other colours in my Essie collection, I was extremely anxious to purchase these beauties and swatch them of course.