Tuesday, 21 November 2017

5 Reasons To Try Roxanne Campbell Nail Polishes

As seen in Elle, Stylist and Look, Roxanne Campbell polishes are making a statement in the beauty world right now, and rightfully so, as she is one of London's top manicurists, working on campaigns such as Rimmel London and with celebrities like Winnie Harlow! .. So you can imagine that her own range has to meet her own very high standards.

1 The formula doesn't feel too thin or too thick to apply, it's just right; it's easy to paint on. The brush is small, meaning you don't end up applying too much. I love the fact that the shades are easy, one-coaters. I could go on, but I'm sure anyone that paints their nails will understand a good formula when they use it - and this is exactly that.

2 They're reasonably priced. £10 is about the right price for a good quality nail polish, any more and you might think "Eek - Will I really use it enough?".. but these are just the right price point in my opinion and are also a perfect gift for Christmas - aka stocking filler heaven!

The packaging is minimal and simple. No fuss, just a good polish with sleek branding. A la Essie.

4 The formula is cruelty-freeformaldehyde-free, and of high-quality. The finish is very glossy, so if you aren't into spending a long time doing your nails, these polishes would be perfect for you, as they can escape the need for a top coat (unlike a lot of drugstore formulas)

The lasting power - The formula won't chip or fade easily, and I wore mine for a good few days before any fading or chipping started.

Overall, I really like the quality and colour range of the polishes and I would definitely recommend these to anyone looking for new brands to try out or if you're on the hunt for Christmas presents for a beauty lover! There are lots of shades ranging from nudes to reds, so you really can't go wrong! Next on my wishlist is Violets Are Blue - a true, cobalt blue! What will you pick up?

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