[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I have completely changed what I was going to post about today because yesterday a friend dropped round this beautiful bunch of mimosa and I couldn’t not take about a million pictures of it. It’s the perfect partner to the new shades of Plant Power from Nails Inc.

Nails Inc Plant Power New Brights

So, the new shades are Time For A Reset, And Breathe and Free Time Is Me Time. I’m a big fan of a neon toe when the sun comes out – it just adds that special burst of colour to anything you’re wearing. It’s a funny thing that you can look forward intensely to hot weather clothes and yet when the time comes, the comfort and security of a jumper is something you long to get back into. I’m not great at the seasonal change – summer sadness is a thing and usually it hits me by making me indecisive about clothes, not liking my body much and a general feeling of being out of kilter. It passes – always – but little things, like brighter polishes or a bright shopper for example, help with the transition.

Nails Inc Plant Power New Brights

Everyone loves an orange-red shade. I like Time For A Reset particularly because it’s quite a creamy shade that will look amazing on fingers or toes and I’d partner it with a sheer gloss in a similar tone.

Nails Inc Plant Power New Brights

Free Time Is Me Time is the most useful colour you’ll ever own. Any neons or paler shades will spring to life far more with a white undercoat which is why I keep whites in my polish collection. This is nicely intense so one coat is all you need as a base but if you’re going for the full white nail, it’s two or three coats for the perfect finish.

If you need a reminder, Nails Inc Plant Power is their vegan collection with a formula that uses plant materials and a recyclable ash wood cap. At £9 each, I think these are a wonderful cheer up for a spring bright mani in front of the TV. They’re HERE, non-affiliate HERE.


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