Thursday, 20 February 2014

Nails Inc. Collaboration with Teatum Jones - Swatches and Nail Art

Hey everyone! Today's post is an exciting new release from Nails Inc, who have released 3 new colours in collaboration with emerging design talent for London Fashion Week. The three colours are Sloane Street, which is the hot pink you'll see below, in collaboration with Teatum Jones. Colville Mews, which is a gorgeous nude, in collaboration with Emma Shipley. And finally Hallam Street, which is a lovely dusky purple, in collaboration with David Longshaw. These polishes will be available for 6 weeks only, or whilst stocks last, so grab them while you can! I received the amazing Sloane Street to show you all, I know you're probably all sick of plain reviews after last week's review week, so I decided to combine today's post with a bit of simple nail art just to tide you over! I'll post the full review after the jump

For the nail art I used a base of Sloane Street*, then I freehanded the squares with Barry M - Blueberry and China Glaze - Refresh Mint, and I topped it all off with a coat of Seche Vite.

The packaging of the polishes were designed by the individual designers, Teatum Jones chose theirs 'inspired by the jacquard pattern suiting of Jackie Kennedy at the peak of her style status as First Lady in the early 1960's"

And here is the polish on it's own. Sloane Street* is a beautiful hot pink that dries somewhere between matte and shiny,and it creates a great effect. 

 Remember, these are only available for a limited run of 6 weeks, or while stocks last, so if you want any of them, you need to get them fast! You can buy them here for £12 each

What do you think? Let me know in the comments!


  1. Amazing!! I LOVE it! Such great combination of colors! Great Job :)

  2. Wish i was that talented... Beautiful nails for summer and spring!

  3. I love this design, it reminds me of origami :-)

  4. Love the choice of colours here!

  5. For some really odd reason, the mani reminds me of jeans and patches that you put on 'em...

  6. Nails Inc is my fave nail brand and you've made it look so beautiful - simple designs can be so effective. Great job :-)

  7. So adorable! A must to be experienced nail artist. My friends were so jealous!


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