Thursday, 7 February 2013

Nail Polish Favourites.

Over the last few months ive been a little obsessed with nail polish and its proberbly one of the items i have brought and have most of. To be honest im more of a high street girl and tend to buy nail polish from brands such as Barry M, Rimmel and Revlon simply because i find that these in particular are of just as good quality as the likes of OPI and China Glaze plus i would rather spend £11 on a few makeup items than one nail polish, thats just me though.  


So onto the actual post before i get carried away chattering haha .....


L-R    No7 Rose Truffle, MUA shade 3, Rimmel Sweet As Sugar, All about Nails Raspberry, OPI Tickle My France-y, Nails Inc St James, Miss Sporty Sparkle Touch.

No7 Rose Truffle - I don't really have a lot of No7 polishes as i find them to be quite expensive for a high street brand but the ones i do have i love and this is defianltley a favourite of mine. With just two coats its opaque with a creamy formula that applies really smoothly. Its a beautiful red rose colour thats quite hard to describe as ive never seen anything quite like it before.
 

MUA Shade 3 - I love MUA polishes and for just £1 you get a real bargain with them. Ive been loving shade 3 atm as its a great colour for this time of year. A mid purple thats opaque goes on nicely and lasts for ages.

Rimmel Sweet A Sugar - For a couple of weeks now ive been craving pastels and neon colours with having wore reds and purples to death for the last few months, so i decided to treat myself to this. Honestly its the perfect pastel icy blue colour that looks stunning on the nails especially with a coat of Miss sporty's sparkle touch on top.


All About Nails Raspberry - Again the perfect Autumn/winter colour. All About Nails is sold at Tesco's for a measly one pound and have a great range of colours, so i would defiantly check them out if you haven't already.

OPI Tickle My France-y - A great everyday nude polish, goes on smoothly have a nice high gloss finish and will proberbly be on my nails a lot of the next year.


Nails Inc St James - Now here's a brand that i would like to have a nice big collection of, i think they do a wonderful range of colours and although there pricey i will defiantly be looking into purchasing more colours maybe a few bright shades for summer? St James however is a bright mail box kind of red that suits everybody and goes with everything.


Miss Sporty Sparkle Touch - Im not sure that this is called sparkle touch, but whatever its called its a great glitter polish and one that ive never seen anything quite like. A lot of the glitter polishes i own are mixed glitters with all different sized chunks. This one though is a clear base packed with blue and purple and iridescent glitter of different sizes.


So there are my nail polish favourites thanks for reading and i should have another haul coming soon.




11 comments:

  1. I am a massive O.P.I fan, but I do get polishes cheaper because I have a sallys card. I do find that high street nail polishes are getting a lot better. I remember before that any high street branded nail polish I bought would peel off in one go after a day. Eww, not good! You've got a really pretty collection of colours there :) x

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    1. Yeh they have got alot better especially Rimmel and Maybelline ones, Thanks x

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  3. nails inc London. LOVE LOVE LOVE.Great post!

    xo,
    www.derae.net

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  4. Oh you have some gorgeous polishes, lucky girl! I love nails inc, they always stay on really well and only need one or two coats

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    x

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  5. love your polish picks, that OPI looks like the perfect nude! xxx

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  6. Great nailvarnishes, I love the MUA one! :)

    xo
    nathalista.blogspot.com

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