Sunday, 8 September 2013

Nails Inc. Beaded Polish Review

Nails Inc. Beaded Polish in Covent Garden* and Hampstead*

You know me, I love a new nail polish release as much as the next beauty blogger, and the launch of Nails Inc.'s Beaded Polish has got me seriously excited. I love the sudden influx of nail polish 'effects' releases of late; nail art is my favourite and finding simpler ways to achieve unusual designs always makes me happy.  I was sent these two shades from Nails Inc. to review a few weeks ago and so I thought I'd give you the low-down on what I think to them! 

I was kindly sent the shades Covent Garden and Hampstead from the new Beaded Polish range by Nails Inc. Covent Garden is a stunning pale mint green with some silver sparkles running through it, which is definitely my favourite of the two. Hampstead is a fiery red with copper sparkles running through it. The beaded polish effect achieved with these is really unusual, and definitely not like anything I've seen from any other nail polish brands before. They're a mixture of little tiny beads, small sequins and bigger sequins, all kept together with nail polish. The texture of these is really, really rough, so if you're a fan of smooth nails these definitely aren't for you. I think I applied three coats of Covent Garden and only two of Hampstead, and actually think I was better off just doing two, as I found Covent Garden chipped rather easily due to how thick it sat on my nails. Hampstead stayed a lot better, so I'd recommend only doing two coats of these polishes. 

I really love the thick glittery texture these nails give, and I think they're ideal for the upcoming party season. Covent Garden reminds me so much of Tinkerbell due to its gorgeous colour combination, whilst Hampstead makes me think of dragon scales and fire - pretty! Whilst Hampstead wouldn't be my usual nail polish colour of choice, I do think its rusty tones are perfect for autumn. 

These polishes are great and I'd definitely recommend them, although if you're not a fan of textured polishes these definitely aren't for you. Have you tried Nails Inc's new Beaded Polishes? What did you think?
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16 comments

  1. The mint one is so pretty! Love how textured this looks on your nails!
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  2. I really dont like the textured look but the colours are very pretty :)


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  3. The blue colour is really nice, but i can imagine that they would be a right pain to remove ha xx

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  4. The colours are lovely but really dont like the texture! Shame!


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  5. The Covent Garden colour is beautiful!

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  6. They defo make a statement!
    Sophie
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  7. Like the way these are quite subtle as well as creative, not sure I'd pay the price for these but the red does look super pretty! xx Emmi

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  8. Coventry garden is a gorgeous colour
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    Sophie xx

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  9. Love the Covent Garden one . The colour is gorgeous and fairy like :)

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  10. I love the colour of Covent garden but the texture looks awful, it just looks like bad thick bumpy nail varnish! x

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  11. I have to say these are probably better for special occasions; I much prefer the red shade as the lighter color almost looks as if the nail polish was just thick. Thanks for this post!
    Amber
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  12. The colors seem great, but I don't like the look of the textured effect! I like some of the other ones this brand offers, but this might be a "pass" for me. Thank you for sharing!

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  13. Nails Inc is really pushing the boundaries of nail art and effects. These colours are so pretty.

    They must be a chore to remove though!

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  14. The red colour looks amazing! I don't really like the look of the blue but the red is beautiful!
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