At the moment Nails Inc have plenty of new nail polish launches to keep even the most avid nail fan busy for a week or two. If you like pretty pastels and glitter boy are you in luck as the new Nails Inc Garden Party Collection is all of the above and more...
The Nails Inc Garden Party Collection features three pretty shades that can be used both as a top coat or a stand alone polish depending on your preference. I have the shade Westbourne Gardens which is a light, milky pink combination which features chunks of matte and normal glitter in various sizes and shades. Nails Inc Westbourne Gardens Garden Party Nail Polish in my opinion is a medley of pink, white and silver glitter that will look equally great over a white base, pink base or even black base depending on your mood. I have layered it over Nails Inc Kensington Passage because I am lazy and couldn't wait to put it straight to the test. On my nails the white chunks really prevail but it will look far more delicate layered over a lighter toned base coat.
Despite being an intense glitter polish, the glitter chunks are so densely packed that it is a dream to apply.
I have lost count to how many glitter nail polishes I have disregard as they are so tricky to apply - dabbing on or four coats before my nails look semi-decent? No thanks! Nails Inc Westbourne Gardens Garden Party Nail Polish provides full coverage in one quick coat (you will need around four if wearing alone) and you are good to go. Now you didn't hear this from me but this is a wonderful shade to apply over chipped nail polish to fill in those gaps. Don't judge we have all done it in the past...haven't we?
Nails Inc Westbourne Gardens Garden Party Nail Polish £12 via Debenhams - link.
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