Liz Earle Strengthening Nail Colour* in Parade and Bright & Breezy £7.50 each
Say Liz Earle and the first thing that probably comes into your mind is Cleanse and Polish, however after testing out the new Strengthening Nail Colour polishes I definitely think they deserve to be known for them too! There are 12 shades in the Strengthening Nail Colour range, which are split into three different shade groups: classic nudes, deepest darks and bold brights. I know winter means darker shades for nails but I still love wearing 'summer' colours, they brighten up my day a bit more! All the shades in the range are gorgeous and wearable, there is definitely a shade (or 11) for everyone.
I absolutely love the packaging, it is really luxurious and more expensive looking than they are. The Strengthening Nail Colour formula is enriched with avocado and borage oils to help strengthen and protect the nail as well as claiming to last up to 12 days. The formula is quite thin but very easy to apply. The swatches above are just one coat, the finish is really glossy and opaque, even more so with two coats. I absolutely love Parade, it's a beautiful candy pink that is very feminine and bright, I think it would suit all skin tones as it is very clean looking. Bright & Breezy is a fun orange based coral, it is quite creamy and slightly less glossy than Parade.
I painted my nails with Parade the day before heading to Orlando and only had to top up a couple of nails once when away, considering I was at a theme park every day I think is really great. Nail polish can chip on me literally hours after being painted, so to keep the same colour on for 12 days is seriously impressive. The Strengthening Nail Colour formula is by far the best I have tried and well worth the money. I really want to get my hands on some more shades from the range.
Would you try the Liz Earle Strengthing Nail Colour?
*pr sample, review 100% honest as always