Proving that not all glitter polishes are alike, Nails Inc Snowglobe is a very thin liquid (think watery-thin) that has tiny gold twinkles in it. Think of it as a shimmer wash rather than a glitter, as such.
I know this shot looks very wasteful, but the liquid is so fluid that I was able to pour most of this back into the bottle – I can’t imagine trying to do that with regular nail polish!Nails Inc Snowglobe
I’ve popped it over a couple of shades I already had on a nail wheel (not Nails Inc) so you can see, although I think I’ll be putting it over nude and muted shades which would look low key but a bit different. You can, of course, build the intensity, but I’m thinking that a bottle of Snowglobe would eliminate the spendy side of multiple glitter polishes – you can shove this over anything at all, even bare nails and it’s going to look instantly twinkly.
I’m watching all the nail brands at the moment – nail sales have taken a nose-dive of late and I (sadly) think that we’ll lose some nail brands in the nearish future if they carry on declining. It’s most likely to be the independent brands which really would be a shame, but since nail art disappeared, so has nail hysteria and even bigger beauty brands are phasing out their nail offerings (look out for Clinique’s nail polishes disappearing in the not too distant).
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Nails Inc have some really beautifully put together Christmas offerings (I’ll be blogging as we go along) that do give back a bit of the nail magic, and keeping the bar high. Nails Inc Snowglobe is £15 HERE.
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