Bright neon looking nail paint colours, of course they are not going to go a miss when I came across these in my local TKMAXX store.  They look too good to eat with it’s bubblegum looking colours ((Regents Park with Collagen, Golden Lane and Covent Garden Mews) and very much summer ready especially if you’re planning a vacation somewhere hot, tropical or just some sunshine. Ok so let’s get to the review, Nails Inc, well I have to say this set of 3 polishes was really good value for money (£6.99) especially since generally one polish is a lot more at your average high street store. Did I tell you I am serial bargain hunter so when I saw the price my eyes just lit up. More on the ‘serial bargain’ persona later: ). My favourite colour out of the three is the Regents Park with Collagen which is the pink/red colour as I prefer these shades especially on my toe nails. The second would be the more yellow shade – Golden Lane.  Any lastly I’m not feeling my love for the Covent Garden Mews – it’s just not my cup of tea but it looks good in the bottle however.

What I like about Nails Inc is that they don’t chip easily unlike many other brands used in the past and generally last really well (well I say this but what is last really well I hear you say….a week on average. The quality and formula is quite rich too exceeding my expectations which is a number one factor when purchasing any nail polish, it’s got to last and be of value for money, right!  I recently had to make a conscious decision getting my nails done professionally at my local nail bar and therefore had to take a break – reason, well to save money (girls got to save those coins and invest), and also give my nails a break.  It all adds up every three to four weeks.  Check them out here and don’t say I don’t give you anything.  As well as TKMAXX always do your research especially online to get the best deal you can find.




Micsholla is the owner of Afrochickontherun! She is a proud mother of a 23 year old man child and successfully juggles blogging, an executive career and running a busy London household x

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