New from Nails Inc (picture heavy)

Last week I went along to the Nails Inc event to discover their latest new products – and not just one or two, they had loads of new products to show off! So here are a few pics…

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Being all arty like with the camera…

First up we have the Special effects ‘Sprinkles’ collection… these polishes are a mixture of creamy base colours with toned down glitter, to create an effect similar to cupcake sprinkles. My favourite of these is the white base with the pink and blue sprinkles.

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Slightly random, but I need this tin in my life.
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My favourite of the Sprinkles collection.

Next up are a few polishes to celebrate all the exciting things happening in London over this Summer… the jubilee and Olympics. The Limited Edition polish for the Jubilee is particularly stunning! Plus I’m loving the bronze from the Gold/Silver//Bronze Olympic trio.

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Then there were the stars of the show in my opinion, the new Nail Jewellery polishes – they might just look like glitter shades in the bottle but on the nail they are distractingly-sparkly. If you are a fan of the bling nails, you will love these. There’s also a green shade (not pictured) that I saw on the nails, with a green base and it looked like pure emerald sparkles… Seriously amazing. 
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Then there’s the winter collection, feels a bit bland after the bling-tastic Nail Jewellery, but still – they are gorgeous shades. The sparkly deep blue and the shimmering nude would be my picks from the collection (they come in a set of four) but lovely classic shades for A/W.
Nails inc are also launching a new magnetic polish, well actually – a new magnet for polish and a new shade. The new fishnet pattern is ok, but I think I’m a bit over the magnetic nails thing. Although I do still like the effect more than nail crackle.
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Last but by no means least there are the new Juicy Sheers and the Neons. I’m loving the juicy sheers – slightly transparent in finish and scented when dry, the colours are gorgeous and bright and I think the slightly more jelly finish is actually a really nice chance from solid colours. 
The Neons are also gorgeous, I’m not generally a Neon sort of girl – but some of the shades (the blue and the purple) really jump out at me. They’re bright, but not intimidating – I can see these being really popular for Summer/Festivals. Perhaps a different neon on each nail…
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So there we have it, a little run down of the latest new bits from Nails Inc – told you they have been busy! Loads of new colours and collections. What stands out to you? Any screaming ‘buy me, buy me’!?
From all the news shades I saw, my top three pics would be, the nail jewellery in the silver shade, the white sprinkles nail effects colour and the bronze from the Olympic trio…Let me know what your pics would be!

PR samples received at event.
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12 Comments

  1. April 24, 2012 / 7:10 am

    Same as you plus the juicy sheers!!!!!!
    Swatches ASAP, please!

    • April 24, 2012 / 7:25 am

      Will do my best, don’t have every shade to swatch but will do a post with swatches of those I do have 🙂

  2. April 24, 2012 / 9:02 am

    Love those juicy sheers! Do you know any online retailer of nailsinc, except from nailsinc.com & Asos?

  3. EilidhPie
    April 24, 2012 / 10:09 am

    The blue sprinkles polish looks like an amazing colour! Xo

  4. Ms Bubu
    April 24, 2012 / 12:10 pm

    Love the neon!

  5. Kim
    April 24, 2012 / 2:17 pm

    When is the Jubilee one going to be available? And the Sprinkles Collection? They look amazing!!!!

  6. liloo
    April 27, 2012 / 9:25 pm

    omg, the sprinkle collection is divine xx

  7. Sophie Emma
    October 13, 2012 / 11:49 pm

    I’m just looking through loads of old nail polish posts! That neon orange/yellow colour is gorgeous. I didn’t even see that this summer. I’m definitely buying it for next spring/summer.

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