Favourite Spice Girl.
Lover of polished nails.
A nail polish formula that doesn't quit.
This stuff is seriously bottled magic and a lemming in the making. Let's start with the anatomy of the bottle -- removable false cap for looks (think Butter London), matte black and white porcelain exteriors for a sleeker look and feel, complete with viewfinder-like sides serving as windows into the souls of these two opposing nail colours.
These polarising brushes are chubby and contoured to speed the nail painting process along, and promote control to assist with staying inside the lines. Reduced clean up, FTW!
Typical drying time is to be expected, but the wait is so worth it. This polish lasts. By day four expect to see the unavoidable tip wear from shuffling paper about, typing and dish washing. And by day 7, nary a chip in sight.
The boxed packaging, while nice, is a bit of a gimmick to get you to spend more money. Originally I intended to have Scott purchase Bamboo White, but the Sephora gods in Sydney wouldn't have it -- Judo Red and Bamboo White were a package deal with an eye popping price tag of $60.00! Is this duo really worth it?
Yes. Individually, I suspect a LE bottle would set you back $27.50 at least. So, if you love all things Victoria, pale pink and coral red, scoop these up while you can.
Nails Inc is onto something with their revamped formula and packaging. Now, here's some food for though, NailKale. Anyone?
The Bagful breakdown:
Total amount for Victoria, Victoria Beckham for Nails Inc. Duo Collection:
- $60.00 AUS / $45.00 USD
Value for money spent (performance and quality):
- 9 out of 10 bags — Next to CND's Vinylux, Nails Inc is hands down my second favourite nail polish brand.
Would another purchase be on the horizon?: