I so wasn’t expecting to like these as much as I do. The Nails Inc Pop Art double ended polishes are great – even though I have said many times that I’m over nail art, things like this keep popping up to let me know that I am not. For a start, the base shades are lovely – the blue (Sheraton Street) has a little bit more to it than a standard baby blue – there’s a greyish element to it that makes it a bit less cutesy.
The baby pink (Angel) is a bit stronger than traditional baby pink shades and the bright pink (Knightsbridge Place) is practically neon in real life.
So, the pop bits are part glitter and part matte particles – the best one in my view is blue with silver and black (Cavendish Place) because it’s so striking and above is what they look like on their own.
And here they are all put together! These, to me, beat speckled effects any day and of course, you can layer up as much glitter as you want (or as much as you can face trying to get off!). Nails Inc Pop Art polishes have already launched for £14 each HERE.
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