Well, look at Autograph going all Chanel with their nails! Unfortunately, they didn’t go so stylish on the names – that gorgeous, fiery and vibrant orange shade is called Copper. The green is named Emerald and the gold is called, er, Gold. I’m kind of obsessed with Copper, I must admit although it darkens down a little on the nail as it dries. Speaking of, these polishes are undercoat, colour and top coat in one – personally, I don’t think so – it’s not even possible and I always prefer to add a glossy quick dry topper whenever I paint my nails. It seems to help with colour vibrancy as well as being practical.
The brush is nicely shaped and thick enough for one smooth movement to completely coat a nail. The only shade that I needed to do two coats with was Copper because I didn’t feel it was at its maximum potential at one coat. But, you could get away with it I think if you’re rushed.
I can see any of these shades on my nails while I’m wrapped up in cosy sweaters on a chilly autumnal day – they’re only £6 each which I think is pretty good. On the M&S site, the only one listed in stock is Copper – whether that’s because they’ve sold out or just haven’t been uploaded yet I don’t know. It’s HERE but I’m sure they will be in stores as well.
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