So if anyone saw, or managed to get hold of the Nails Inc one day deal last week. This is it. A total bargain for £25 (saving £85), or less if like me, you used the 20% off code.
I intentionality purchased this a a Christmas present. But as opened the box and oooohhhhed and ahhhhhhed The Boy announced "you are never giving that to someone. You are going to end up keeping it". Initially, I was a little prickled, but now I think he could be right. I don't think I will be sending this off to Father Christmas just yet. I might just keep them here... with me....in my collection. Well, for now anyway! I guess we will just have to see.
The colours are just divine. And certainly would be a welcome addition to brighten up a winter wardrobe or to add a little party pizazz to an LBD.
Colours shown above are Buckingham street (sparkly hot pink/silver glitter), Eden Grove (bright teal creme, although it looks more blue in this pic) and Shelton Street (festive gold glitter). I really hope the glitter polishes are densely packed. They appear so in the bottle, but you never can tell until it's on the nail. Given that I am not sure if I will part with this yet, I'm not prepared to road test them just yet.
Next colours are Maple Street (a gorgeous metallic chocolate) this is a really beautiful colour, probably my favourite from the set. And then there is The Vale (deep plum creme) which is not dissimilar to Paris (Nails Inc/Diet Coke polish) and Piccadilly Circus from Nails Inc regular line.
Then comes Dean Street (classic red shimmer) which reminds me a little of Aspen. Berkeley Square (grey creme) and Duchess Street (royal purple creme).
And finally there is Montrose Place (iridescent hot pink) and Eagle Street (nude creme). I think there is something for everyone and every occasion in this collection.
I just thought I'd include a few close up shots of the colours that were really eye catching. I'm still undecided if I will give this as a gift or not, but if you get this from me at Christmas, know that it was very touch and go!!
Have you started thinking about Christmas presents yet, or are you super organised and are all sorted?