A few days ago in the quest for a certain China Glaze Nail Polish I took to Twitter and asked for help, a few pointed me (namely Phillippa - than you again) towards Nail Polish Direct. As someone who seldom purchases nail polish - I own more than I should and don't reach for them nearly enough I wasn't all that familiar with the site. Forgive me for being so honest but as the prices of the polishes (premium brands inclusive) were so low, I was worried it would be old stock or a sham. I am forver suspicious and have been burnt a few times on the likes of eBay.
My worries were for nothing, not only is Nail Polish Direct more than above board I can truly vouch that it is one of the best online beauty shops I have dealt with. I ordered my products during the bank holiday and there arrived safely no less than four days later. My polishes were securely packed - bubble and polystyrene chips in a box, complete with tracked and signed for delivery. Now here is where it gets super impressive - delivery was free! My order of three full sized China Glaze polishes all of which were from the latest collection - Electric Nights and my mini OPI Hawaii set came to just over £21, it is an understatement to say I am pleased.
As a reference point the newest OPI polishes are just shy of £9 each, China Glaze polishes are around £4 (it depends on the collection) and Essie are just under £9 - some are clearly a better deal than others but for China Glaze polishes I have yet to find a better deal. Speaking of which the three shades that I purchased are: Point me to the Party, Let the Beat Drop and Can I get an Untz Untz. All three are matte glitter effect and are best layered over a white or pastel base. I'll pop up a review and swatch post as soon as possible.
Nail Polish Direct gets my seal of approval - cheap, quick and reliable, if like myself you are wary of lesser known retailers I hope this post helps put a few minds at ease.
You can visit Nail Polish Direct here - link.