One of Nails Inc's newest releases is a range of "sprinkle" nail polishes which are essentially
mattified glitter particles in a range of rainbow shades suspended within various pastel toned bases.
Basically they are cuter than cute and pretty hard to pass up on...well I think so anyway!
There is four shades in the collection with each shade being named after the most deliciously named
streets in the capital - London! The names conjure up images of ice cream, sprinkles and all things that are pretty naughty on the ol' waist line!
I found it pretty difficult to pick just one shade but at £11 each I decided not to splash out on the full collection which I am sorely regretting now, anyway I settled on the pink option which is Topping Lane.
Topping Lane is a sugary pink (think sugared almonds and strawberry powdered bon-bons) base coat
that is engulfed with tiny flecks of round glitter flecks in shades of cerise, silver and purple.
It is truly pretty and very girly indeed but yet somewhat adult enough for everyday wear
due to it having a matte finish rather than all out sparkle, if matte isn't your thing a quick coat of glossy
top coat with remedy that!
I bought this because to my eye it is a very good dupe for the difficult to source Deborah Lippmann
Candy Shop nail polish which I have lusted after for so long but can not find anywhere other than eBay
and even then it is overpriced so this more than tides me over until I stumbled upon Candy Shop!
The application of Topping Lane is fairly straight forward you do not have to adopt any special way of applying for best results - simply apply as you would with any other polish and you will have pretty matte
glitter effect nails in no time. It did take two coats to gain full opaque coverage but as it the formula dried fairly quickly it wasn't too much of a problem!
What do you think of Nails Inc Sprinkle Range?
Nails Inc Topping Lane 10ml/£11 - link
Nail Polish Disclaimer - I no longer comment on the wear time as we all apply polishes differently (top/base coats etc) and as I change my polish almost daily sometimes several times a day due to swatching purposes I do not feel that I can fairly comment on wear time.