Topshop Makeup: Nails

This is one of those posts that makes me feel a tad guilty actually…as since I took these photos a couple of other shades have made it into my collection, but rather than re-shoot I decided I’ll go ahead and give these ones a mention and then I have an excuse to do a follow up with the other shades in a little while!

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As you probably know, I adore Topshop make-up – and the core line really does contain some gems!

From these five shades there’s a mixture of cream and metallic shimmer and if I was going to pick just one brand of nail polish from my collection to keep then I’d choose these – as other than a deep red, all my favourite shades are covered!

From left-right these colours are: Nice’n’Neutal, Moonshine, Pool Party, Mercury Maisma and Parma Violet.

Pool Party would definitely by in my list of overall favourites – it’s a classic creamy turquoise that never fails to attract comments when I wear it. Moonshine and Mercury Maisma are great quality metallic polishes that apply gorgeously and go with everything. Nice’n’Neutral is also a total winner of a neutral as it’s nude, but pinky enough that it stays flattering and doesn’t make you look dead! Parma Violet is a gorgeous colour, but does take some layering to build up to opaque colour.

Next on my Topshop make-up shopping list are some of the glitter shades…any suggestions let me know!

Bought by me.

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7 Responses

  1. Sandy January 4, 2013 / 12:05 pm

    They’re all so pretty! I only have one polish from Topshop in the shade Celestial – it’s a lovely one for summer!
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    xx

  2. Emily January 4, 2013 / 1:30 pm

    I love Topshop nail polish and these colours look lovely:0

    thebeautymist.blogspot.co.uk

  3. Fisi ♥ January 4, 2013 / 5:12 pm

    Lovely shades, need to get my hands on some of these :) x

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