I’ve now had the chance to swatch the Nails Inc Floral shade, Queensgate Gardens. It’s the only sample in existence right now so we’ve had a bit of to-ing and fro-ing with bikes today, and it’s about to leave my house to send on to the next person. I’ve put it over the gorgeous Chanel Tapage (no time to start over!) and by happy accident, I think Queensgate Gardens looks amazing over the top!
I was correct that the daisies in the glitter don’t lie perfectly flat, but they’re suspended in a base (with tiny shards of glitter) that is more than strong enough to hold them in place. I’ve done the ultimate ‘running hands through hair’ test and they don’t catch at all. You do have to do some scooping to ensure you get daisies in each stroke – I got one in my first brush-load and then scooped around to add the second one. I have to say that I love this look – personally, I’d like a bottle of daisies only in a clear base so you can top coat anything without the glitter shards – and I’d like some yellow ones!
To repeat the info on this, Nails Inc Floral collection launches in April at £12 each. My previous post showing all the shades is HERE.
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