Let's talk about the new Nails Inc bottle designs, what are your thoughts? Being a mega fan of the brand I'll admit I hated these bottles because they were just so masculine and bulky looking but I've since grown to accept the change and really love the amount of thought and consideration that's gone into the design. The bottles hold a good 14ml of polish so price per wear is fantastic, the bottles have a concave bottom for a very good reason also as it allows you to try before you buy. You pop your finger under the dipped base and it reflects the polish onto your finger which allows you to see if the colour suits your skin tone - I love this concept because I've purchased so many colours and found they looked horrible once on my nails (greens I'm looking at you).
When autumn hits I think of nothing of wearing my glitters and sparkles day or night, what I've found though is that I much prefer a small or hexagon glitter to the huge or stranded glitters in varied colours only because on me they look very young and I'm trying to steer away from the young glitters into more of a classy glitter, these shades are perfect for anyone looking for an adult suitable glitter though - I really want them all *sigh*
Belgrave Square | Limited edition rose gold sequins - just can't get enough of golds and silvers at the moment. If you're the same I'd fully recommend this polish.
Porchester Square | I have the old bottle of Porchester Square and can understand why this shade is one of their best sellers because it has the ability to look fabulous in all seasons. On the nail it's pretty true to how it looks in the bottle and is one of those nude tones that verge on mauve and look fantastic on all skin tones.
Exhibition Square | Limited edition purple and gold pop art polish.
Winter Lights Royal Avenue | Limited edition red and gold sequins
Whitechapel Snowflake | A dainty white and gold snowflake polish for this who're looking for a little more bling.
Kensington Church Street Snowflake | Snowflake glitter, so delicate and pretty for this season. This is also a limited edition shade and looks amazing over opaque polishes.
You can pick up these polishes right now over on the Nails Inc website (link), they have put their pricing up which is so sad but expected *sigh* if you like a few of these polishes you can save £19 by picking up their limited edition Winter Wonderland Collection which contains Trafalgar Square, St. George's Square and Buckingham Square.