After much anticipation Sephora has now started to stock one of my favourite polish brands, Nails Inc. I am very pleased for my American friends as I really feel the brand deserves more success. I know there are split opinions on the brand but I personally love their colours, the quality and the exciting things to come from this British brand.
To help out newbies to the range I have taken pictures and done a little video on the polishes that I own from the basic range that Sephora are stocking, I was originally given the idea by a couple of You Tube followers!
Sephora are stocking 42 of the main colours in the Nails Inc line and they will have seasonal limited editions and special effect polishes throughout the year.
I have 19 of the main line, the topcoat and base coat and one of the special effect polishes.
Belgravia, Brook Street, Cadogan Square, Carnaby Street
Belgravia is one of those "Blurple" shades, I feel it's quite a recognisable shade from the range and I have noticed it on friends, I have to admit to only wearing it a handful of times.
Brook Street is a gorgeous summery coral, quite bright.
Cadogan Square I would describe as a true camel shade, it's not beige, greige or any other taupey colour, it's more yellow based and I find it very flattering, perfect for the upcoming season.
Carnaby Street is a vibrant egg yolk yellow! A statement polish for sure but unfortunately one that doesn't flatter my skin tone despite many attempt to get it to work!
Chelsea Square, Devonshire Row, Floral Street, Jermyn Street
Chelsea Square is a stunning sparkly rose glitter, I have loved wearing this on my toes and want to try it as a ring finger polish a la Lorraine of TheCurrentCustom!
Devonshire Row is a more pink based purple, I have to confess to preferring this type of purple that blue toned ones, I'll be wearing this one soon!
Floral Street was originally purchased for French manicure tips however I personally found it too thick for this use, it's great for using on a full nail for a nail art base or if you are confident enough to wear full on white manicure!
Jermyn Street is Nails Inc's You Don't Know Jaques. Their own version of the taupey nude colours. This one leans purple and is like than YDKJ.
Haymarket, Maddox Street, St John's Wood, St James
Haymarket is a gorgeous duck egg blue, amazingly pigmented and a one coater! One of my top ten polishes.
Maddox Street is a gunmetal grey, perfect shade for this autumn, it has a subtle shimmer to it.
St John's Wood is an interesting shade of purple, it definitely has a blue tone to it too, quite unique and I can't think of anything similar to compare it to.
St James is a classic pillar box red, a good staple if you have nothing like it.
Shoreditch, Tate, The Thames, Victoria
Shoreditch is my one of my original purchases, a vibrant bright pink. One of the only polishes I have re-purchased!
Tate, again one of my firsts is a classic deep burgandy, another good one if you have nothing like it in your collection.
The Thames, a grey creme, not too cool a shade again another fabulous colour for the next few months.
Victoria is a timeless blood red shade, one of Nails Inc's best sellers.
Warwick Avenue, Warwick Way, Wellington Square
Warwick Avenue is a sheer pale pink, one of those shades that you would use for a French manicure, I'll be honest I have never used it but I am keen to try it for a French mani soon!
Warwick Way is one of their newest shades, I have yet to try it but am excited to wear this bright teal shade soon, I must emphasise the brightness of this polish it's quite amazing!
Wellington Square has been one of my favourites from this summer, again a recent addition to their line it is a soft yet still noticeable peach.
I am so excited to wear this gold glitter crackle despite not being totally convinced I like the crackle trend yet, this is somehow different. I think it's because it's a glitter and not a solid colour. I will be wearing this over brown shades and teals this autumn!
Kensington Caviar base coat and top coat
Finally the start and finish of any of my manicures, which ever brand I am using. I love these as they have conditioning elements to them and the top coat in particular is amazing.
It dries in 45 seconds and allows me to quickly change a polish if I want to but the best aspect of this top coat is the glossy, wet look finish it gives.
ALU has a list of all the colours in the line and at which Sephora stores they will go to, the whole range is online too.
Of the other colours on the list I can highly recommend Fouberts Place, this will be my next addition, it's an olive toned taupe and I love it! Sephora also has the new Autumn Winter four piece collection that I will be buying this week. I have also seen the special effects polishes that are coming this Christmas and they are blooming amazing!! I can't wait to get my hands on one!!
I hope that helps a bit, I know it was a bit of a long post but here's the video of me banging on about the polishes mentioned above!!