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Wail: Nails Inc Kensington Park Road

Hello everybody!
Well, it's been a while since I've written an actual post for you guys, but here I am! I hope you haven't missed me too much. You'll be stuck with me permanently again in a few weeks, so enjoy your time away from me while you can! (But keep checking back with the blog because I still have plenty of amazing guest posts left for you)
Anyway, today is Wednesday, so that calls for a nail post! And my Mam was so lovely as to buy a set that Nails Inc had on offer... The Bright Side Collection! It was a lovely little surprise- she signed up to the Nails Inc VIP too, so we got an extra polish.
Please note that "The Bright Side" Collection was a limited edition collection of previously released Nails Inc polishes, so may no longer be available. The price is/was £25 (and you can try your luck using this link) and grabbed you a wopping 10 nail polishes that are generally supposed to be £11 each. So a pretty massive bargain when you think about it!



The polishes above were all of my 'new' polishes as of the day this was taken. The 3 Barry M ones you see there are Foil Effects Silver (Left); Yellow Topaz Glitter (Top); Rose Quartz Glitter (Right).
Top row of Nails Inc (Left to Right): Wellington Square; Queen Victoria Road; Porchester Place
Bottom row (Left to Right): Lowndes Square; Bruton Lane (VIP Polish!); Lanesborough Place; Carnaby Street; South Molton Street; Shoreditch; Kensington Park Road; Sheraton Street

Unfortunately, this being a collection of old polishes, I got a dupe of Queen Victoria Road. But never mind, I got 10 other amazing polishes! 

So today's post features one of these polishes! It's the bright blue you see there, and the sticker says "New neon shade"...

... It really is not neon. I guess there is a possibility of it looking a little brighter if it was over a white base, but there is no way whatsoever that this is an eye-popping neon colour. (For those of you who watch Game of Thrones.... I'm sorry about the eye comment... For those of you who don't watch it... don't google it. Seriously, don't)
So anyway! Besides not being quite as 'neon' as it's claimed to be, this blue really is a strikingly gorgeous colour and would be a great addition for anybody's collection. 


As you can see in the images below, the polish can have a very slight more teal-y appearance than a straight off blue, but it is still an amazing colour, and looks beautiful in any lights.



 I chose to top the mani off with my new glitters, coating my index and ring fingers in one coat of the rose quartz glitter, and my middle finger with one coat of the yellow topaz glitter. They're pretty awesome when they catch the light, as they each have some really fine grains of holographic glitter in, with some small yellow-green/pink grains and the larger sequin pieces. They spread like a dream though- no fishing for the large chunks!



Back to the blue polish anyway! It has a lovely glossy creme finish to it and is just amazing! :) It kind of reminds me of Model's Own Hypergel, in Blue Glint, but to me, was just that little bit nicer, despite being a creme and not a gel type. Here's a few pics (and a link!) as a quick reminder. 





See what I mean here? Obviously, the Models Own polish is a cheaper option, for only £5 a bottle, whereas the Nails Inc polish is the more expensive, luxurious choice with the price of £11 per bottle, and in this case... may just be worth it. Let me know what you think on the matter in the comments below!

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o7
~Rachel

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