Sunday, 1 March 2015

Nails to Envy


Hats off to OPI. Colour, treatment, they've got it nailed! And now that they've combined the two, I worship at their feet.

We all know the deal with Nail Envy - it's the maximum strength nail treatment, packed with hydrolyzed wheat protein and calcium, that transforms dry, brittle, peeling, weak, badly bahaving nails .... basically it's kale for nails. I've been using the original formula for years, read all about it here. It's truly helped transform the condition of my tallons. BUT, as someone that loves colour, going through Nail Envy treatment, kinda slows me down. I either have to apply Nail Envy under and over colour, or wait until I've finished a treatment... and for someone with zero patience, that's tough. Cue... Nail Envy Nude, and wait for it, Nail Envy PINK! Colour and treatment in one! OPI, go on your bad selves! The same original strength formula with added colour so you don't have to go bare. Both very cute, very wearable everyday colours.


Nail Envy Nude - I love this nude, it's such an elegant shade. A beautifully creamy beige nude. More or less opaque after two coats (above), then as you add an extra coat every other day (as per the treatment instructions) the colour and coverage intensifies.


Nail Envy Pink  - of the two shades I think I marginally prefer this one... and I'm not normally a pink kinda gal! There's just something about this creamy blue toned pink. It just works. A great everyday shade and very spring/summery.


Nude and Pink Nail Envy's are exclusive to QVC in the UK. This amazing 4 piece wardrobe collection with Nude, Pink, Original Nail Envy plus an Avoplex was a Christmas special, but you can still purchase them seperately on QVC.


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4 comments:

  1. I definitely want to try these polishes - I've heard so many good things about the original nail envy x

    Heather | Of Beauty & Nothingness x

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  2. I've also used the Nail Envy base coat for many years and it's one of the best treatments I've tried. My nails don't break anymore, and I can't say no to OPI nudes.

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  3. Love the pink shade, nice and subtle, OPI do some lovely colours so bring on summer so I can have nice painted toes as well as nails!

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  4. I can't seem to find this anywhere! :(

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