Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Nails Inc. Concrete Effect Polish in Monument

Nails Inc. Concrete Effect Polish in Monument* - £12.00

You might remember a little while back I posted about the Nails Inc. event, which showcased all of their new releases and upcoming collections. I was lucky enough to get to choose some polishes to take home and try after the event, and one that particularly caught my eye was the Concrete Effect Polish in Monument. 

Although I wasn't too sure at first as the colour was so bright (bear in mind this event was in the depths of winter, with cranberry nails aplenty) but I soon visualised how amazing it would look during the summer months with a tan, and I just had to have it. The concrete polishes are unique because they create this really awesome well, concrete-y effect, giving them a kind of matte/crinkly finish. I love it with the lime colour, it's seriously bright and the finish itself kind of reminds me of the texture of fruit (like a prickly pear or something? Maybe?) and does look, as predicted, amazing with a tan. 

I definitely think if you like getting whacky and creative with your nails, then this is the perfect polish for you. I love that there are more and more nail effects polishes being released, it makes nail art for lazy girls a doddle! This polish is available in other colours, but I can't get enough of the Monument shade. It's seriously bright, making it a total stand-out shade. I love it! 

Have you tried any of Nails Inc.'s Concrete Effect polishes? What did you think?
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14 comments

  1. I love this colour! I've recently done a review of the London Wall shade on my blog xx

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  2. Super pretty, I love the colour and texture will need to try this out x

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  3. I love the look of these! I just can't decide which colour I like best to try out first.... xxx

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  4. The colour is definitely one which I would be scared to wear, so bright but so nice for the summer. I have a love hate relationship with textured nails. Some textured nails look so sophisticated yet with the caviar it can look extremely messy and horrible. But I must admit, this polish I think I would consider buying.
    Rachel x

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  5. I spotted this whilst I was in Boots the other day and ran my finger over the fake nail it was paited on. I'm with Rachel - I have a love/hate relationshp with textured nails. I always think they look cool but the minute I put them on myself it doesn't feel 'me'.

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  6. I think the colour is beautiful, as I love bright nails during the Summer months but I don't think I would like the concrete finish on my nails!x

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  7. You're so right about the fruit thing! I love the colour, it's so vibrant, but I'm not 100% sure about the texture!
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  8. what a beautiful shade, I love bright nails! xx

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  9. Such a pretty shade! The effect is really interesting too :)xo

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  10. I love colours like this for summer and I like the texture too x

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  11. oh i love the colour and the effect. I saw you last night at the ax circus event and i was going to come say hey but i got shy :\ haha x

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  12. I love the colour, but im not sure about the texture/effect! I prefer a glossy smooth nail!

    Leanne @ Leanne-Marie | Beauty, fashion & lifestyle. x x

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  13. I don't think i could ever get use to a bumpy nail texture.

    P.xx
    greywalls94.blogspot.co.uk

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  14. I'm not too keen on this, I don't like the effect and it would really bug me because I'd think that there are bits of dust stuck in the nail polish

    Lauren

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