I love wearing nail polish and tend to change my polish two to three times a week but my nail polish obsession isn’t the healthiest for my nails as they tend to be quite thin and stain very easily especially when using darker polish shades. I use conditioning base coats everytime I apply nail polish but I don’t find them to be particularly effective at remedying existing damage so when I read about the new Nails Inc Harley Gardens Nail Makeup I was instantly intrigued. The Nails Inc Nail Makeup can be purchased from Feelunique £15, and is enriched with a blend of nourishing fruit and flower oils to provide a deep and long-lasting repair treatment which works to;
– Immediately hardens nails.
– Instant colour correction.
– Long lasting deep repair.
– Fill ridges.
Nails Inc claim that their Nail Makeup will visibly reduce ridges, will immediately harden the nails and correct any discolouration in just one single coat. The Nail Makeup is available in just one shades; Harley Gardens which is a very pretty and wearable pinky nude shade. Although Nails Inc claim only one coat is needed for the correct, conceal and heal benefits, I personally found that it looked a little too patchy and insipid on my nails so I prefer two to three coats as I like my nail polishes to look opaque rather than sheer but you could easily get away with just one coat if you wanted to. Just like all Nails Inc polishes (in the newer style packaging) the brush is extremely easy to use as it’s long, flat and wide so it covers the nail in just two strokes for an even and streak-free finish. I really love how healthy and smooth my nails looks when wearing the Nails Inc Nail Makeup and I find the shade to be very flattering for my skintone and is the perfect pinkier version of my all time favourite Nails Inc shade; Porchester Square which I have worn five times this year already. I think £15 is quite pricey for a nail polish regardless of the brand but I like that this one had additional benefits and it does look very chic on the nails especially when worn with a glitter accent nail.
What do you think of the Nails Inc Nail Makeup concept?