Monday, 12 November 2012

Nails Inc and Glamour, a Perfect Combo

I do love a magazine freebie and Glamour has got to be Queen of the freebie! Not only are their giveaways plentiful, what makes them even better is the magazine costs just £2, and not £3.80+ like our other fashion monthly’s! I’m sure you savvy ladies will be aware that this month Glamour have partnered up with Nails Inc (AGAIN!!) to give away four gorgeous FULL size nail polishes.
St James – a pillow box red, Elizabeth Street  - very pale pink (I didn't bother with that one... BLAND), Motcomb Street – dark navy blue almost black and Glamour Glitter – clear polish with gold glitter.

I received Motcomb Street with my Glamour Magazine subscription, bought Elizabeth Street  and then went on the hunt for Glamour Glitter. There must have been less of the limited edition shade in circulation because it took twelve shops in three cities to track one down.... initially I wish I hadn’t bothered, the glitter is very sparse, fortunately it won me over layered over a dark shade...

My favourite of the bunch is Motcomb Street. It’s a really chic navy. It looks almost black, except when you catch it in the light and the blue shines through. It’s very opaque, you can get away with one coat but I went for two to help prevent fading. It’s also super glossy.

I layered Glamour Glitter over the top of the ring fingers to test it out. It actually works really well over a dark shade. It’s more of a classy, suitable glitter and it’s very smooth, which I like – no coarse bumps here.

I really love this combo, Motcomb Street is an instant hit for me and will be making an appearance over the party season... and the best thing is, it only cost me £2, thank you Glamour! December’s Glamour Magazine with the gorgeous Cheryl Cole is out now.


  1. I brought all 4!! xx

  2. Have you been in TK Maxx recently?? Their Nails inc and Essie setsare so good, Bargains!! x


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