Graffiti Nails Fairy Wing
Graffiti Nails is a new brand of polish that launched last month. Popular blogger, Alice, of One Nail To Rule Them All, is involved with the brand, which currently comprises thirteen polishes, a base coat and a top coat. There are plans to introduce other nail art items, and to bring tutorials and video guides too.
This is the first of three polishes I have for review: Angel Wing. It’s a glitter topper that has small, medium and large pale pink hex glitters, suspended in a very pale pink base that actually looks clear on the nail, even with a couple of coats.
I’ve layered one coat over a base of L’Oréal Divine Indigo. It went on well and I only needed a small amount of placement to fill in some gaps, otherwise the glitters spread out nice and evenly. Alice of One Nail To Rule Them All showed Fairy Wing over white, and it looks lovely – I’ll definitely be wearing it like that too.
I wasn’t keen on the smell of this polish, which lasted until it had fully dried and was very chemically, but other than that, the polish quality, packaging and branding are all great. It’s also good value at £3.99 for a 12ml bottle, and if you buy three or more bottles, the postage is free. You can buy Graffiti Nails polishes from their website.
- Base colour: two coats of L’Oréal Color Riche Divine Indigo
- Glitter topper: one coat of Graffiti Nails Fairy Wing
- Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl
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Products shown in this post were sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.