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The Nails: Liz Earle Strengthening Nail Colour


When it comes to my nail polish, I like something to last a long time without chipping. I normally go for an Essie nail polish, they're cheap and readily available in Boots with lots of colour choice. My nails can break and flake very easily, so I like nail strengthening treatments a lot. But what about the Liz Earle Strengthening Nail Colours?

I'm making the transition into autumn colours so I'm bringing out the berry and deep reds back out for my toes, Pure Poetry* is perfect for that. I've had it on my toes for just over two weeks now and it still looks perfect. It hasn't chipped at all, it's stayed glossy and it kinda looks like gel. 5 stars from me. For my fingers, I'm keeping it basics, the 'barely there' polish but for a taupe shade, Ebb Tide* is a good choice. My fingers are the worst for chipping, as if they're dry, it won't last more than a few days. This lasted me a good week with no chips, something what only Essie does on me.

A new product by Liz Earle is the Superskin Hand Serum* which visibly plumps and smooths the hands. It's the first I've heard of a 'hand serum' before and I was intrigued as I sometimes find that during the day some hand creams are a little too rich. It's a lightweight texture, packed with omega-3 and antioxidants, that is very nourishing and luxurious. For the day time, I've been popping this into my bag, rather than a thick cream as that's what I like to use before bed.

Looking at the other colours in the Liz Earle Strengthening Nail Colour range, I would definitely pick another one up!

Luce x

P.s I got a new lens for my camera for my birthday, which is at the weekend, and I love it!

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