You can tell straight away that LM Beauty Nail Polish is primarily a salon brand – it has the slightly thinner consistency that nail artists love to work with and that gives a solid colour and shine and the kind of ultra glossed nails you want to just want to tap. It’s not for the paint-and-run, it’s more a range for those who love the ritual of the manicure and a professional finish. I’m only just back on the nail polish after nail rehab, so I haven’t tested for wear yet.
The shades above from bottom to top are No. 53, a wild orange with a drop of red, No. 20, a gold shimmer shot nude and No. 38, a proper pillar box red. I think LM Beauty Nail Polish is really good value at £4.17 per bottle and with 70 colours to pick from, I’ve only just scratched the surface. I would recommend No.19 – it’s just a very fine shimmer so you can add a glam topper to whatever you’re wearing whenever you feel like it.
You can find LM Beauty Nail Polish HERE.
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