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Ginger_Talks: NAILED London by Rosie Fortescue, The review…

So today we review the brand new NAILED London collection – a patented revolutionary 3-step system, developed to closely match the look, feel, wear and gloss of a professional gel polish – all without the hassle of a UV-cured in salon gel manicure.

First up: Rosie’s step-by-step guide…

STEP 1

Use: Nailed London Base Coat, £7

  • Ingredients Epoxy Resin and Polyvinyl Butyral form a mesh-like base to help bind the lacquer, and an optical Brightener helps to bring damaged nails back to life.

STEP 2

Use: Nailed London Lacquer, £7

  • Exclusive Dual Polymer Technology delivers a long lasting, durable, high shine finish. Volcanic Glass provides strength during application, Shellac helps to protect nails and a plant derived, patented plasticizer provides flexibility to lacquer. Only one coat is required due to the high percentage of pigment.

STEP 3

Use: Nailed London Top Coat, £7

  • This advanced topcoat completes the ‘self-cured gel-like’ manicure. Acrylic provides non-yellowing properties that help preserve and protect the manicure and ensures a wet-look finish.

The Review:

“We absolutely love this nail collection…  Easy to apply & quick drying, this makes it a wonder product for us! We tried ‘Thigh High Club, £7′  and the colour is lovely, rich in pigment as promised and definitely a competitor for in salon gel polishes! It stays glossy, and stays put on the nail for days… we are on day four and still no chips! We look forward to trying ‘Noodle Nude, £7′ as soon as its time to take this one off 🙂 – Even though at the moment we dont want to!” 

Head to Harvey Nichols nationwide or feelunique.com for this must buy for your beauty bag!

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