I’m very keen on the new Nails Inc Sweet Almonds Collection – it’s just a rather beautiful, understated collection that does that between-season thing so nicely. Out in the real world, I’m not sure that needing transitional shades is really a thing but there is something that feels a bit wrong with an eye-searing coral OR a dark berry colour while on the edge of spring. Anyway, I love a muted nail so I think I was always going to be in for this micro collection!
The shades on the nail wheel from bottom to top are: King William Walk, Gloucester Cresecent, Cornwall Gardens and Mayfair Market Mews, which is a foil rose gold. I find it more bronze than rose to be honest.
You can’t have helped but notice the sweet almond and Matcha reference – this formula uses sweet almond oil and Matcha powder combined for an anti-oxidant and moisture boost. Does it make any difference? The truth is I don’t know, any more than I ever knew if kale in a nail polish makes any difference. I flit between brands so much that I’d never be using one single range for long enough to know, and that’s the bottom line here although if you’re a reader who feels that kale did help your nails, I’d love to hear from you.
I don’t much mind one way or the other to be honest: I’m shallowly seduced by the colours and I’ve never had an issue with Nails Inc polishes. Nails Inc has some new shades coming for the Paint Cans – I’m testing out a new pink shade this afternoon. The Nails Inc Sweet Almonds Collection colours are £14 each but on offer at Debenhams for £12.60 HERE.
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