Fifty Shades of Grey
I am afraid to say that this is not a book review, or a film review at that matter [you may not want to not continue if this has disappointed you] As, unfortunately, the summer is coming to a close and autumn is looming, I thought I would post about my favourite EVER nail varnishes. To be honest, I use these colours all year around but I particularly like them in the autumn as they go with pretty much any outfit, winning!
I often find it hard to find nail varnishes which a) are long lasting, b) look good with multi outfits and c) are affordable. I am sure a lot of you have my predicament too. Naturally I am always drawn to nails inc and other big nail brands, but for some reason they just don't work with my nails. I like to try and paint my nails as little as possible but also want them to look amazing all time - I realise I am asking a lot from one small pot of nail varnish!
I have been a big fan of Liz Earle for a while now but have only recently branched out into their make up range as often it's hard to move away from your favourites. I sort of stumbled across the Liz Earle range of nail varnish when I had to buy an emergency nude colour for my nails [it probably wasn't an emergency but I'm sure it felt like it at the time.] When I used it, I wasn't expected much as I have lost hope with nail varnishes but it completely exceeded all my expectations. The polish is so easy to apply, drys super quick and is very durable - at last I had found what I was looking for! The only time consuming element of using a Liz Earle nail varnish is that you do need to apply a couple of coats to make the colour really bold. I would 100% recommend this nail varnish to anyone, they have a small but beautiful selection of colours [mainly neutrals] and look amazing!
Good things are obviously worth waiting for...
The retail price for the Liz Earle nail varnish is £8 each and you can get them online or from places like Boots and John Lewis.
Colours from left to right are; Quick Sand, Grey Dawn and Ebb Tide [Ebb Tide is the Liz Earle best seller]